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Harvard Grad Off Your Porch

Q: How do you get a Harvard graduate off your porch?
A: Pay him for the pizza.

Insects At School

Q: What do insects learn at school?

A: Mothmatics!

Virginia Football Players

Q: If you have a Virginia Tech football player and a UVA Football player in the same car at the same time, who drives?

A: The state trooper!!"

Sandwiches a Night

Two college roommates are about to go to bed. The guy in the top bunk has his girlfriend sleeping over. To try and keep quiet, they devise a code. His girlfriend will say "tomato" if she wants him to go slower and "lettuce" for him to go faster. As they begin to have sex, the girl starts to moan, "Lettuce, lettuce, tomato, tomato!" The roommate on the bottom bunk wakes up the next morning and says, "Stop making sandwiches at night. You got mayonnaise in my eye!"

Worst Final Comments

10. See me after class.
9. Did you even read the material?
8. It's a C, but it's a strong C.
7. Fascinatingly convoluted.
6. My, what nice, big margins!
5. You must've been up all last night.
4. The book ends differently than the movie.
3. Spelling requires more than just sounding it out.
2. Are you familiar with the term "plagiarism"?
1. Tell your mom to try harder.