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Date: Mar 18 2004
Major: Business - Management and Administration (This Major's Salary over time)
Top 10 Things I Hate about NYU:

10. Everyone in Stern is a rich spoiled moron.

9. Everyone in NYU is a rich spoiled moron.

8. Your neighbor will either be a pothead or a materialistic, greedy asshole, or both.

7. The teachers are full of themselves.

6. None of the teachers or TAs speak English.

5. People are too busy or too cool to be friendly. After all, going home to mom and dad's mansion every weekend is really cool, right?

4. A good time consists of a bunch of high, artsy losers trying to sneak into bars around campus, and calling their daddies and mommies for money to buy a better fake ID.

3. Everyone is too special to do their own laundry, wash their own dishes, or consider doing anything without mommy or daddy's help.

2. If you are a dude, expect the girls to be dumb, sheltered, and materialistic. From what I hear, if you are a girl, expect the guys to be gay or extremely full of themselves.

and the number one worst thing about NYU…

1. You're paying almost 50 grand a year to be with a bunch of stuck-up rich idiots who are too insecure and unstable to even have a normal conversation.

The 10 Good Things about NYU…

10. New York

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