Every fall thousands and thousands of young adults head off to college to gain the skills they will need later in life. How do these young adults gain these skills? By copying peoples' answers, stealing tests, and all this texting in we do in high school i guess that just helps us read and spell, but then again does it is because the saying "i don't know" is now spelled "IDK". This is definitely how their parents want their hard-earned money to be spent. Why do we go to college anyway? It's not like we actually learn anything. We go so that one-day when we get interviewed for a job we sound like we actually know what we are talking about. But those four years and thousands of dollars, have they actually taught us anything. No, not really. Sure you can probably write a decent paper, but did you really learn what you needed to so you can succeed in life. College is a time to be adventurous and explore. So who has time to actually do their homework and study for exams? No one. We want to have the full college experience, including the parties, drunken nights, and the romances. We don't have our parents or our teachers around to tell us what to do and when to do it. So why should we study, when we can wait until the last minute and get the answers from someone who already did the work.i guess we just need college for are basic skills, but without school and education we wouldn't know how to read or spell, are parents wouldn't, are teachers, friends, or anyone in the world for that matter. it would be an antisocial world what would we do without texting? would the world end? would mankind end? would the world freeze over? well pay attention and find out.
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