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I know a thing or two about being “interesting.” After all, it’s the adjective most girls use to describe me. They obviously mean it in the complimentary way, and I can’t really blame them. After all, I do a lot of cool things that pique the interest of the people who choose to surround me. For instance, just last night I was forced to partake in some liquid courage karaoke down at the local watering hole. After downing about six shots of Frangelico, I got on stage and did a duet with my buddy Bootystank Joe. I sang “Angel” by Sarah McLachlan as he narrated the dialogue from the ASPCA commercial. We brought the entire bar to tears.
Places can be interesting, too, as Huffington Post pointed out in their list of the 19 most interesting places to go to college. According to the paragraph prefacing the list, it’s “not ranked in any order and is entirely subjective.” Apparently, the Post didn’t have a good means of quantifying their data, and therefore this list is just a compilation of 19 colleges deemed interesting by their staff. I’m thinking they should’ve gone with a scale of 0-10 DeVrys, judged by me. Like I said, I know interesting.
Without further ado, here’s the list:
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
University of California-Berkeley
University of Iowa
University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Southern California
The University of Texas at Austin
New York University
Sarah Lawrence College
University of Alabama
University of Pittsburgh
Arizona State University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of California-Santa Barbara
I really want to check out UC-Boulder.
[via Huffington Post]
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