Famous Last Words:
Here are some words of wisdom for freshmen...
Jayce Dean Scott has
over 15 years' experience as a College Advisor, Educational Consultant,
and Public Speaker. He has worked with over 4,000 students with
organizational leadership, career
counseling, crisis mediation and college lifestyle coaching. He
also been the author of over 150 non-profit fiscal development
proposals for organizations ranging from the Houston Symphony to
National Endowment for the Arts.
Ever heard the saying about a road to somewhere being paved with
good intentions? I am pretty sure you also recall something about
hindsight being 20/20. These are the great words of wisdom that
parents use on youth. As maturing a adult, you will still need them
on your collegiate life highway, where you will be laying your share
of good intentions asphalt and looking back with perfect and corrected
vision. During all this roadwork you will also make use of many
a F.L.W. or the infamous, Famous Last Word.
As new fads and fashions dictate, some F.L.W. wax and wane while
others pop out to match the fast living life of a college student.
Todays fresh-faced freshmen have adapted the F.L.W. to suit
their own emotional and physical needs. After all, the F.L.W. is
a college students right to use when and how they see fit.
On the path of a college student you will have opportunities galore
to use the F.L.W. by putting your foot in your mouth, getting the
last laugh, having your say and generally doing something that will
embarrass you later in life
ah good times!
Freshmen Famous Last Words:
I could have sworn I had twenty dollars in my account.
Usually heard in front of an ATM or upon receiving bounced check
Don't worry...I'll pay you back.
During the break I will catch up.
Forget this. I will skip this chart
there is no way it
will be on the test
It ended up being 50% of the exam.
Going potluck or rooming with your best friend will probably
Setting yourself up for years of therapy or an episode of the X-Roommate
I aced that exam!
Funny how ace comes to mean a grade of C.
I am going to start going to bed earlier.
It was a nice thought though.
I just have to make an A on the final to pass.
This is a personal favorite of mine. I love to see students calculating,
refiguring and yet again computing what is needed in order to get
the grade they want or desperately need.
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