cATheRiNe (mahatmaplucky) wrote in uw,
cATheRiNe
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I've been working all day on a term paper which is due tomorrow. I've slacked on starting the actual writing process though I had my research shit for awhile and what not.

Anyway, there are points where I realize I should speak briefly about something I haven't any research on. Like any clever student I find some way around this problem instead of actually bothering to seek out the information.

I figure, if I turn in my paper with a look of utter sincerity, speak about it with furrowed brow when we do our short presentations tomorrow, maybe throw in the word paradig, dichotomy, or juxtaposition, I can't go wrong.

But on another note, WOULD YOU ALL QUIT USING THE WORDS PARADIGM, DICHOTOMY AND JUXTAPOSITION WITH THAT "I'M SO FUCKING WITTY" SNEAR ON YOUR COMPETITIVE LITTLE FACES?

Do you think it's UW culture, or just undergrad culture in general that these words have become so popular with of late? The trio is getting old. We should come up with three new student-wants-to-come-off-smart big words to use...

Any ideas?
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