The fairy says "I will give you what you most desire if you do someone else's job for a day."
The professor says "I'll be an elementary school teacher. What can be so hard about teaching a bunch of 6-year-olds how to read?" so he is teleported into a classroom. After a few minutes, all the kids' screaming gets to his nerves, so he throws all his supplies and gives up.
The C.E.O says "I'll be a waiter. All you do is carry food back and forth. This'll be a breeze" so he is teleported to a restaurant. After about an hour, all the annoying customers drive him insane, so he smashes his plates on the ground and gives up.
The janitor says "I'll be an artist" so he is transported to an art facility. He glues all the classroom supplies and shattered plates to a canvas, then sells it for a billion dollars. The fairy asks the janitor how he was so clever.
The janitor says "I got a masters degree in art."
I was just thinking that I should evolve my Eevee into one for the event, but then I remembered it wasn't in yet
In my mind, Dartmouth seemed like the perfect fit for me, from its D-Plan to the heavy undergraduate focus to the Outing Club. But of course, not everything turns out the way you want it to. Thank you Dartmouth for taking the time to consider my application and read through everything I sent. You will always hold a special place in my heart. Maybe I'll apply again for graduate school :)
Since many people have been asking where I ended up: I remember pretty vividly a few weeks ago someone wrote that a previous Yale Simp ended up at Dartmouth, so the reverse could possibly happen with me. Well...here we are. It looks like I will be simping for Yale for the next 4 years!🥳🥳 I am forever grateful to Yale for giving a chance to an Asian male with subpar stats and no national awards. I am still in shock that I was accepted and will likely remain that way for the next few months.
Congrats to everyone who got into their dream schools, and for those who were not as lucky, please remember that you are talented and amazing and at the end of the day your college has little to no control over where you will be in 10 years. You will all be going on to do amazing things regardless of where you end up!❤️❤️❤️
^(On a side note, it seems like people are somehow saying that I am a girl now. I don't know if this is because I used Taylor Swift's "Love Story" as my final song, but I've used he/him in many of my comments.)
Edit: THANK YOU FOR ALL THE AWARDS AND SUPPORT!! I WILL 100% TAKE A2C WITH ME TO YALE!!
Everyone has heard of the ‘Tooth Fairy’. Whenever you would lose a tooth when you were younger and so you would place it under your pillow and eagerly await the dollar you would find under your pillow the next morning, only to be disappointed that when you found out that the Tooth Fairy gave your rich friend more money than you. But at least the tooth fairy works on the system of give and take. She takes your lost tooth and in exchange she gives you some money. The Bone Fairy doesn’t work like this, however. The Bone Fairy just takes.
Like you, I had never heard of the Bone Fairy until a few weeks ago. My six-year-old daughter, Lily, first mentioned the fairy when she came home from school one day.
“Dad is it true that I will soon lose my baby bones?”, she asked me, her eyes filled with worry.
“What do you mean your baby bones”, I replied, unsure of what she meant.
“Well, its just that Rebecca at school was telling me about the Bone Fairy. She said that it comes to visit you while you are asleep, and it takes your bones home with them. So, I know that the Tooth Fairy takes my baby teeth, so the Bone Fairy must take my baby bones”
I had never heard about the Bone Fairy before so my first thought was that it was something that Rebecca must have made up or something that she had heard from someone else. So, I reassured Lily that the Bone Fairy won’t visit her and take any of her bones. I also explained to her that there aren’t any ‘baby bones’, but the bones you are born with are the same ones that you will always have. This seemed to comfort her, and I saw the worry begin to leave her eyes as she began to understand that she would be safe from the Bone Fairy.
The rest of the night continued as normal. My wife, Lily and I all ate dinner together, we watched a little bit of television and before long it was time for Lily to go to bed. I helped her get ready and then read a short bedtime story and then it was time to turn the lights out. Just as I turned the light off and darkness took over the bedroom, I heard Lily’s small voice say to me,
“Dad, if the Bone Fairy does come, you will protect me won’t you” she said to me.
I couldn’t see her that well but I could just tell by her voice that she was still a bit afraid and so she needed some comfort and reassurance from me.
“Of course, darling”, I replied, “I will protect you from everything that you are scared of”.
I bent down and gave her a small kiss on the forehead, told her that I l... keep reading on reddit ➡