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January 31, 2007

A blonde walks into her first day of class...

So I register for my grad school class in Management and Organizational Theory, eagerly await for the syllabus and most importantly the course materials list of books that I need to come out, order them cheap online and smugly picked them up before the first day of class. I even read some of it during the day.

It's a night class held in 1238 Bio/Psych building from 7 to 10pm (according to the class messages in the online forum), class is all right, the instructor is fun, and there's even a hottie in my class. But then I notice something is wrong about 2 hours into it...my texts, while similar in title, do not match what the others are pulling out of their bags. I notice the syllabus he hands out is different than the other one I printed out from online. Then I get home and check and find out the instructor is not who was in class today, even though the time and place were correct. Am I insane or did I just go to the wrong room? Even the online class roster of students is different than those I met in class - since even the hottie's name that I memorized in class was not listed in the online class roster.

An e-mail to both instructors should sort it out...but I'm a very confused blonde right now. But I think I went to the wrong classroom or something...

UPDATE: Early-onset Altzheimer's or an alternate dimension is currently the best explaination of what happened last night.

Note to new drivers on any given campus in the area: You see those thick, white stripes on the road? That's where we get to walk and you have to stop.

Posted by jimbo at January 31, 2007 10:40 PM


Ohmigod, you went to an Alternate Universe!!!

Posted by: homer at January 30, 2007 11:48 PM

Dye your hair black and improve your IQ.

Posted by: Mari at January 31, 2007 9:48 AM

Well, if it's the wrong class, then you can do the hottie without crossing any ethical boundaries, right?

Posted by: sam at January 31, 2007 10:13 AM