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Broke, bedridden, eating chocolate. This is how we spent the entirety of our post-secondary education. And we’re sure lots of other people have been doing the same. With no money to go anywhere, what better place is there to be than under the covers over-indulging in junk food?

Finished school, admittedly aimless, this is our way of remaining (becoming?) relevant. Our way of figuring out what to do next. And maybe, ironically, our incentive to get off the computer, become people worth blogging about and worth reading about. To stop being anonymous in our own lives. Sounds totally cheesy, but it’s honest, sorry.

  1. Lee permalink
    February 8, 2010 8:16 pm

    Spent my early years in Asia. Graduated from high school in the Philippines with big aspirations and no clue. Finished at McGill, May 2009. Currently making money busing tables and playing hostess for a weekly event called Sextape Friday at the Blue Dog Motel in Montreal. Interested in shameless self-promotion, reading books about viruses and bacteria, dressing up, gluten-free baking and “getting famous” (or fantasizing about making money acting one day) so I can stop looking for a real job.

    • February 8, 2010 8:38 pm

      My story is pretty much the same as Lee’s, minus the fame, the part about Asia, and the sextape stuff.

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