74-year old Ruth Parker has responded to the question often asked by new acquaintances, “what do you do?” with “well, I just finished my master’s” for 49 consecutive years.
Thomas Adler, who happily handed in his Master’s thesis several months ago, had already forgotten about it completely until he was reminded by his examiners’ reports that he still had to deposit a hardbound version to his university library in order to technically graduate.
Dr Jeanine Smith, an associate dean, was unimpressed by the lineup for an end of year crit she is due to review later on this week.
Mandy Hager, 24, who went through five years of architecture school purely to gather material, was shocked to discover absolutely zero jobs in the apparently non-existent field of architectural comedy.
For those in architecture, downtime is a valuable thing, and when entertainment doubles as education, we say yaaaaaaaaay!! Surprisingly, a good number of romcoms are in fact also super architecturally informative, if you just pretend:
After seeing that everyone else had a Lamy pen, 22-year old Hamish Langlear forked out $50 for one too, regardless of the fact that he has the handwriting of a four year old.
Tiny houses offer portability, low material use and a price tag the fraction of a conventional house. For twenty-four year old Michael Pitts however, there’s another benefit: his house is so small it makes his dick looks so big in comparison.