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    The Patch

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    I'm a Moth

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    Offering Encouragement

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    English vs Western

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    That Line Thing

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    Excuse Me Driver

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    Three Times Seven

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    Turtle Ears

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    Toaster Oven

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Readers of the Washington Post were asked to compose a very unwise line for a college application:

"When I told my friends I was applying to LeHigh, they were like, no way, and I was like, yes way. And they were like, way cool."

"Four years of fees at your institution come to about $78,000. Just bill my father and mail me half the money. He'll never find out."

"First off, coach said there wasn't going to be no writing."

"To demonstrate my love for your school, I have spray-painted your logo on my town's water tower."

"College is probably the last place they'll look for me."

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