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So I placed a wager

twl007twl007 Registered User Posts: 112 Junior Member
edited March 2005 in University of Pennsylvania
Today in physics I was talking with some of my friends about colleges and the such. Everyone in the AP Physics class has been bringing their letters in to open in front of everyone and read for fun. A couple of my friends are absolutely convinced that I am getting into Penn while I still remain skeptical. So I decided to place a wager with them against me getting into Penn. If I am rejected they give me $20. If I am accepted its $20 to them. I just figure i'm hedging myself. If i get rejected, I atleast get $20 and if I am accepted i'll be too happy to care about the money. Anyone else put money on their college decisions?

Let's just hope this isn't bad karma :)
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