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There are a few goals you have when you first step foot on your college campus. Get good enough grades to graduate. Secure a good job out of college. Party your balls off. Finally, to fornicate with as many girls who will let you. All simple goals to achieve if you’re a go-getter and all goals that make college some of the best times in your life.
The folks at Harvard pretty much have those first two goals locked down on their first day. It’s Harvard, after all. Partying balls is a no-brainer, even for our nation’s most gifted college students. And our smart friends from Cambridge should be smart enough to know that sex is a good way to work off the stress of a rigorous curriculum, right?
Unfortunately, there is a portion of Harvard graduates who aren’t as smart as we think they are, or maybe they just can’t get laid. According to a survey done by The Harvard Crimson, 24 percent of the 2015 graduating class straight up didn’t have any sex in college. Absolutely mind boggling. Of the remaining 75 percent, 12 percent did it right and had more than ten sexual partners, and 21 percent had sex during their freshman year.
Nerds just doing nerd things over at Harvard. Live a little. Have some sex, drink some beer, put a cow in the dean’s office, and just enjoy the four to seven years that you’re in college..
[via The Harvard Crimson]
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