[Student 1, on left]: On page 217 I … I’m not sure. Showered and then chose a college that actually respected my intelligence? [Student 2] I feel like mine would just be like, “hjfkjhfjkhf.” : Bras will not exist! : I predict that this question will be obsolete.
: Yes. : No. : I can’t. : No! You don’t need to know that!
: You would literally not let me in; I can’t. : I mean, I wouldn’t know. I’ve never been green. : Yes, I agree because I don’t think I can dictate his experience. I’ve never been green. : Plus, I’m pretty inclined to believe Kermit the Frog, he’s pretty truthful.
: He seems pretty trustworthy. : I mean, not if I’m Miss Piggy, If I’m Miss Piggy I probably don’t think so. Yeah, who am I answering this question? What are they assuming about my identity—as an applicant? Well whatever, I’m a pig, so no. He has cheated on me too many times. : He gets recording contracts and he’s a movie star…
: He never calls her back. : Like, Kermit just gets to do whatever he wants. I think it might actually just be easy being green. : It’s so easy being green! It’s not easy being pink!
[Both In unison]: Yeah! [2:] I agree.
: You know who’s out there doing the difficult work on pinkness?
: Miss Piggy! : Miss Piggy and Nicki Minaj.
: Yes. : Okay?
: It aint easy being pink. : Yeah. So we need to reframe this question. : I feel like hell is answering this question.
: …yeah… : This is a college application, right? Aren’t I already taking a risk? : I’m taking such a risk. …I realize that they think this is a game? But I’m risking my future. I don’t know… : That’s kinda a risk.
: Is that big enough? : I mean, also how much are they charging for this application fee? : Take a risk? How about Ijust send them a copy of my student loan agreement?
: Yeah! Like that’s a big risk. : That’s more than a 150 words…
: It is!
: That’s a lot of words. : I would like it if Waldo found himself. You know? Like, maybe he just went to South Africa and found himself.
: Wow. : And he was like, “It’s all here now.” : I think he did. I think there’s a gripping tale about how waldo, you know, in the midst of fighting Apartheid, discovered himself. : Yeah. And he was like, “man, you know, there’s no need for these stripes, this stark contrast between colors.” : “Why the red? Why the white?”
: “Why apartheid?” : He just takes off his shirt and walks off into the sunset. : Can we talk about my financial aid?