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Updated on Thursday, June 18

#21040

OMG: The girl sitting behind me in econ is clipping her fingernails. In class. UW students are the fucking rudest people I've ever met.

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  1. I'm a guy, and I have no clue who that person was, but ...

    Why exactly is that rude? It shouldn't be very loud or distractive like Dota clicking, neither it smells like food that some people bring to class. If that girl was clipping her nails right on the floor, she's a pig, but I don't see why that can be rude to you.

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    1. It's one of the stadium style classrooms where the person behind you is also right above your head. Her fingernail clippings were flying everywhere and we're not contained in her space (I.e. the people in my row were worried they were going to fly into our hair)

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    2. ^That's horrible, and disruptive to your ability to focus on the lecture. Sorry you had to put up with it, I would have been seething.

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    3. @ 1.. are u serious? it's rude because its fucking disgusting... if you had manners you'd know you its gross to do shit like that in public... and this is aside from the fact that it spreads bacteria... clearly you don't and neither did this girl who treats the public place, let alone a university lecture hall, as her toilet and disregards everyone around her

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  2. Don't think that's rude, but more like dirty. Why not just turn around and tell her to stop? You people complain about the dumbest shit

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  3. Chinky Chinese Asians don't have a lot of manners. Present your white dick and she'll suck it.

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    1. ^ Of course I'm a self hating fat smelly Chinese guy who can't get a woman.

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  4. ^SMH
    Must be a Southerner.

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  5. Oh man this sounds something like a mainland Chinese student would do... J/S

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    1. Pretty much, yes.

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    2. She was indeed Chinese though I don't know if she was mainland or Canadian raised or from Hong Kong

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    3. Dog-eaters? Ahhh multiculturalism at it's best. Canada gives up its culture to accept everyone elses including eating stolen pet dogs.

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    4. Jesus christ I'm tired of the bimbos trolling on the internet.

      @ 5c People eat rabbits, pigs, horses, deers, cows, seals, bisons and so forth (fucked up shit). It's a matter of culture and geographic location. Furthermore, we're omnivores. Unless you're a vegetarian, I think you'll find that it's actually difficult to validate your point here. Also, Canada never had it's own culture. We're all technically either visible or invisible immigrants. This land originally belonged to the First Nations until we or the British "colonized" it and destroyed their culture. Also multiculturalism is a joke, it's all just a melting pot effect so stop wasting your time on hating each other. I'd suggest you do some more research before you embarrass yourself in real life with your ignorant comments. You should've already learned this back in elementary and high school. Then again, maybe you lived under a rock for last 18+ years.

      Please don't have children.

      herp derp derp.. spits on your face.

      *Drops the mic.

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    5. Baby ate my dingo

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    6. youtube.com/watch?v=15_Y3_eRfOU

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  6. 評論是噁心。

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    1. But all crows are of the same colour under the sky

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  7. I think the comments below your OP confirms your thesis.

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  8. I know people do this in class, and if I'm ever caught someone doing it, I would make enough of a scene that I would get kicked out.

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  9. UW's quest to fill seats no matter what the cost now involves scraping the bottom of the barrel. You gots the money, you gets the degree.

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    1. That's a pretty fair assessment of the situation.

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    2. Its the situation everywhere, and entrance averages in many other places are much lower. Your "bottom of the barrel" is actually the middle of the barrel of people going to university...so the top of the barrel of people in general.

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    3. lol 9.b. As if people attending university are top of the barrel now. Those that can do, those that can't attend university, those that are really useless attend a university with a co-op.

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    4. Huh, interesting opinion 9c. I'm not being sarcastic, I've just never heard of anyone so adamant about blue collar jobs. I'm a little confused since I can't think of anyone that could "do" a blue collar job.

      My statement referred to marks in High School allowing or disallowing certain choices in life. I haven't heard of someone ever not qualifying for a collage/apprenticeship program I'd say that yes or of someone with very good grades choosing to go that way expect in one case which was for police academy.

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    5. Also, how the hell is co-op lower-tier than just university? Re-reading your response I don't think it merited the thought I put into it. Not sure if you're one of those circle-jerk startup people all about going all in an App idea and not finishing university but you clearly don't know what you're talking about.

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    6. My two cents. It really depends on what the person wants to do with their life as either choice has their limiting factors imo.

      For trades/apprenticeships it's can be extremely hard to get into initially. Depending on your location and time. Once you're signed up as an apprentice it's pretty easy after. So basically to get in is difficult part. To finish is rather easy.

      For university I've found the opposite. It's easy to get into. To finish is the difficulty. Of course to get into is dependent on your high school marks.

      But to mix and match can be something of a fallacy. Again, it really depends on what the person is trying to accomplish in regards to a career. I know many people that aren't suited to be studying and researching all the time so they're more suited for the trades or college with less terms for completion. But I've also noticed many people in university that wouldn't make it one day in the trades. I could use the example of the ring road and people just walking across blindly, or even the new wind-barriers in the DC library with people walking into them without paying attention. If one was in a factory or trade and did such an action they would be fired on the spot. One needs to be aware of their surroundings at all times with a trade as you can easily be hurt, or hurt someone else, or the whole group if you damage equipment needed for a job.

      As for co-op I don't really get it. It's almost a reverse apprenticeship except you pay a university for a chance for a job rather than having a job and being sent to university. Really a double-edged sword because if you gain the experience needed I'm sure it's valuable on the resume. Although, if you don't gain relevant experience I could see potential jobs asking you why you were not able to given the extra assistance from the attended institution.

      But hey, I don't give two fucks really. I am in both worlds. Earning dual trades and earning a number of STEM degrees so whatever. Think what you will.

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    7. You're the 4 jobs guy! All I need to hear.

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    8. lmao @9.g. Indeed. Everyone has their own path. Best not to shit on others for them taking their own. It can bite one in the ass one day.

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  10. You are all racists.

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