Today, I wrote my first and last final exam for this semester.
So my undergraduate career appears to be finished. I’ve gotten confirmations of program completion from both the Computer Science and Drama departments. New College is holding out on me with their blessing, but I think it’ll arrive in the mail soon.
I won’t be going to convocation – I’ll be in Poland. I’m not that upset about it – Poland is totally worth it.
Besides, I have a Masters degree to complete now – my parents can go to THAT convocation.
Now For Celebration Rituals…
I’ve completed many a school year with my friends, and over time, rituals have formed to celebrate the end of the work.
In grade school and high school, it usually consisted of a symbolic “note toast” (the burning of our most hated assignments) along with a barbeque, and camp-out party.
Somewhere along the line, things changed for University. Now, when one of us completes their last final exam, we’re given license to crank Sisqo’s Thong Song (usually restricted in our household for just this event) and dance up and down the halls.
If you’d like to celebrate with me, feel free to crank this wherever you are (NSFW):
Alternatively, the Thong Song can be replaced with either:
MOP’s Ante Up (NSFW):
Or Michael Jackson’s Don’t Stop ‘Till You Get Enough:
Since I’m finishing my undergrad degree, I’m totally going to rock out to all three.
Feel free to join me, remotely.