I went to grad school in Providence and we all shared a lot of mice stories (we allll had them). One friend had the winner: she was cooking dinner when she saw a mouse in her sink, and she went at it with butcher knife, on pure panic instinct, and only managed to cut off his tail. Then she trapped it under a bowl and turned on the water and drowned it. She gained a lot of respect with that story.
@Lianne OVER YOUR FACE SWEEEET CHRISSSSST
@redheaded&crazy oh man, clearly you pull this out away from the stewardesses eyes! the ability to sneak booze is an extremely important life skill.
@lawyeryof ALSO you get forgiveness if you work in the private sector under IBR - it just takes 25 years instead of 10.
OH LAWD did you intern at Portfolio? I am so delighted to hear you are from Hampton Roads, Logan. DEEEELITED. What era was this?
@novembertea also applies to Plus loans! and eventually your debt is forgiven!!!
@katiekate Also its really easy for my mom and I to give each other money (yes, it goes both ways). Win win!
Oh my god, dudes, CREDIT UNIONS. I have the same credit union account I opened at 12 years old, it is on the other side of the country, I WILL NEVER CHANGE. Everything is free. Do it.
@sockhopbop i looooove you.
@mean terry gross body shamer Actually, when you are working 70 hours a week (hiiiii, thats me!) one job application a week for three years is a HUGE DEAL. especially after one year when every application you do seems like a total waste of time, and you custom write a cover letter, like everyone tells you you have to do to get a job. also? not everyone is cut out to be an accountant. are those of us not good in math and sciences doomed to poverty for eternity? and im really, REALLY sick of people dismissing those of us who want to work in nonprofits as wanting fluffy "MFA" work. we are people who committed to a career of making less than 40k a year, generally, because we wanted to fucking help people other than ourselves. get off our asses, please.