NO CLASS: July 22nd, 2012

Every Sunday Bright Futura will feature all the funny, witty, irrelevant, and nonsensical, gifs, videos, pictures and images that we’ve found and or made from the week. We’ll be putting all this extreme amusement in a post called No Class.

For those students who use Bright Futura as a resource for informational articles and interesting college news coverage, please be advised that No Class is not for you.

COMMENCE THE HILARITY IN 3…2…1

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Doing Homework

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Remember That Class You Thought You Passed? You Will Have To Redo It In Summer School

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All Of Your Teachers Gave You Homework On The First Day Back

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NO CLASS: NEW EVERY SUNDAY!!!

Matthew Maddock | Bright Futura Columnist

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3 Comments on “NO CLASS: July 22nd, 2012

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