(the censored word is d-o-u-c-h-e)
Today I ran into these definitions when surfing the Internet. On Urbandictionary, one of them defines "******bag" as:
"A student or instructor at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities."
and gives this example as well:
"Only a ******bag would consider accounting a tough class."
Also, on the term "Carlson School of Management", they also have this definition:
"A second-tier business school at the University of Minnesota where second-tier ******bags acts as if a 28 score on their ACTs and a B+ in their joke of a Marketing class makes them special. Graduates work in second-tier positions in second-tier companies and uses ******** words, such as "leverage" or "collateral", to hide the fact that they're not as smart as they think they are."
Let me put this straightly, as a prospective freshman at Carlson, I was deeply infuriated when I came across these. As they specifically attack Carlson and Carlson people, I wonder what Carlson has done to deserve such criticism. As far as I know, big research university, beautiful campus, hard-working students and highly-ranked management school. I am proud that I got accepted into Carlson, but these words ruined my mood. If these are inside jokes, then I don't get any of them. I like Carlson, but not so much the fact that I may be called a "******bag" if I go there. No, just no.
So please, Carlson residents, let me know what is wrong with this school and its people, because I don't want to believe a bit of what I've come to know, and I plan to go there this fall. I'd really love to.