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What did you do with your high school or college diploma?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on December 4, 2010

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“Mine’s on a bookshelf.”

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“I have no idea where mine is.”

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“Yup, no idea.”

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“I have no idea where it’s at.”

Comments

ku_law 4 years ago

First. In a box in the garage.

RoeDapple 4 years ago

Buried in a PVC pipe behind the bunker. Paper trails are dangerous.

Don't REAL lawyers display all their certificates proudly?

labmonkey 4 years ago

Fifth and a half.

HR people are usually pretty worthless.... coming up with stuff to justify their jobs and making other employees suffer in the process. Then when you actually need them when you have a benefits question or have to change benefits, they are too damn busy to get back to you.

raginredhead 4 years ago

Not sure where my hs diploma is located. At KU if you want the diploma you earned and paid thousands of dollars for you have to give them $10. No thank you.

DillonBarnes 4 years ago

The world's most expensive paper airplane.

BigPrune 4 years ago

i don't have one. on my resume i wrote, i attended the university of kansas from 1985-1989 majoring in computer science (i just never graduated, heh, heh) joke

dogsandcats 4 years ago

My HS diploma is framed and hanging up at my parents' house. My college diploma is in a box somewhere.

Deja Coffin 4 years ago

In a box somewhere..... I think. Hopefully this doesn't turn into one of those things where I spend the rest of the day tearing up my house looking for it because the thought of not knowing drives me crazy....... where did I put that?

Pitt_Mackeson 4 years ago

high school diploma = worlds most expensive toilet paper

Pitt_Mackeson 4 years ago

It's worth about as much as toilet paper in today's tough economy XD I for one would prefer Charmin over the diploma; very rough.

Jay Keffer 4 years ago

“I have no idea where it’s at.”

Hopefully not an English major.

kernal 4 years ago

It disappeared into the unknown.

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