Thursday, May 28, 2009

Harvard?

Apparently they don't teach this at Harvard, so let me explain it to you.

If you went to Harvard and someone asks you where you went to school, it's ok to say, "Harvard." You don't have to say "Harvard?" Like there is a chance that the person asking hasn't heard of it. She's heard of it. We've all heard of it.

7 comments:

CJG said...

maybe it's not *that* Harvard.

ShallowGal said...

Maybe they aren't positive it was Harvard and they hope you know.

Anonymous said...

or maybe they're lying... if they hesitate...

CSY said...

Or maybe she drank her way thru college and has problems remembering which one she went to?

Anna Lefler said...

I get great joy from pretending I don't know what Harvard is when people drop the name on me. It's especially fun to ask if it's in Mississippi.

Yes. I'm a child.

A.

Texasholly said...

I think they are lying. I once had a roommate who had a sister who went to Harvard. She came and visited and brought Harvard pens and Harvard Sweatshirts and told funny stories about Harvard. After the visit, I called one of my really good friends that went to Harvard to see if he knew her. He looked her up and found out that she didn't go there. Turns out she was a nanny in the area. Nice. I still have the pen.

marathon mom said...

LOL