March 17, 2010

Dear Life,
Why is it that people always assume that when you get married, you have to have children right away? Just because the majority of people in their 20’s can’t balance school, work, a social life and a mature committed relationship doesn’t mean that we all can’t. Stop attacking people who have found love and recognized it for what it is just because you can’t find fulfilment in one-night stands.
Sincerely,
Engaged at 16 and Happy About It

Dear Life,
Why do people feel like it is necessary to walk on the treadmills in the AC? I understand everyone wants to get fit for swimsuit season but honestly level 2.5? Please consider the people who actually want to run for their 30-minute cardio limit. Sincerely,
If You Want to Walk, Go Outside

Dear Life,
My thanks to the WLUSU Drug Plan for not covering the cost of birth control, but providing coverage for the morning after pill. Wow.
Sincerely,
See You at the Abortion Clinic

Dear Life,
Can someone please tell me why I am paying thousands of dollars in tuition money, yet it takes 25 minutes to load an Internet page in residence? I’m just saying students would be much more inclined to actually do their homework if they actually had a working Internet connection.
Sincerely,
I Just Want to Lurk Facebook

Dear Life,
Why the hell does Red Cross hit up university students for money when they clearly have none?
Sincerely,
RIM is Down the Street

Dear Life,
Why do people think that the vibrate setting on their phone is equivalent to the silent setting? Leaving it on the desk only makes it 10 times worse.
Sincerely,
Actually Trying to Do Work

Dear Life,
It’s frustrating when A-Team advertises for an event and tells you when you can buy tickets, and they completely fail to have them available. Not only that, it took them until 4:30 that afternoon to bother to put up hand written signs that they might have tickets available a day or two after they were supposed to be selling them. Way to drop the ball.
Sincerely,
Actually Able to Finish Things When They’re Expected to Be Done

Dear Life,
Is it really necessary to be complaining about people wearing sweat pants to class in almost every issue of The Cord? Why don’t you take a chill pill, stop being so judgmental and pay attention in class, not to the ridiculously comfortable pants I am wearing. Just because I wear them doesn’t mean I don’t take pride in the way I dress.
Sincerely,
Get a Life and Quit Judging Me

Dear Life,
Counseling Services’ pamphlet on the “truths” about pot was really informative. I now know that pot slows my reaction time, makes me a shitty driver, and fogs my decision-making. Sounds horrible. Where do they keep their pamphlet on alcohol abuse?
Sincerely,
When Was the Last Time You Got Pot Poisoning?

Dear Life,
Why can’t the law protect you from signing a lease and having a new landlord tell you that you have to move out because he’s tearing down the building? How can someone legally kick you out of your home when you have a document clearly stating you are allowed to live there for the next 4 years? We need to revise some of these stupid laws.
Sincerely,
Living in a Tent in the 24-Lounge Next Year

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