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Why do you have to get educated?


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2011-08-12 09:03:03
2011-08-12 09:03:03

You have to because in order to go to college and get money and get a job and all, you have to get good grades and stuff. You dont want to live in your mom and dad's basement the rest of your life munching on donuts and sleeping in all day and becoming a criminal and having no friends or husband/wife and not having a very good and EDUCATED life . . . Do you? That my friend . . . is why you have to get a good education.

Hopefully I scared you good enough to get a better education!

P.S If you get a good education you won't be much of a trouble maker !


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