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"Everybody Was Kung-Fu Fighting" Or "It’s The Eye of The Tiger"

What I Learned: we’ve all got a little fight in us, when push comes to shove.

The Story:  The summer after my second year of law school, my friends from home and I were in pretty deep with the local “safe-ride” service provided, for free, by our favorite local bar, Moho’s. The driver, Mike, knew us on a first name basis and also by our phone numbers when we called. He would always pick us up first, and frequently would join us at the diner after the bar instead of going to pick up other passengers. We were all much more comfortable getting completely housed when we went out because we knew Mike had our back. No matter how many passengers he had, or how many trips he’d have to make, or how many other potential riders he’d have to piss off to do so, he’d always come through for us when we needed him.

We never imagined he would have to come through for us like this.

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Some Shorts: Welcome to the Tinderverse

What I Learned: There is no such thing as a bad date, only a good story.

At the very end of my second year of law school, I caved into peer-pressure and signed up for the hook-up/dating app, “Tinder.” Hilarity ensued.

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kishikaiisei:

Real friendship is when your friend comes over to your house and then you both just take a nap.

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"Smashgiving Eve" Or "The Devil’s Anus"

What I Learned: The simplest solution is usually the correct one.

The Story: Fall of my 2L year, I got the opportunity to celebrate a proper thanksgiving eve with my two insane best friends from childhood (let’s call them Snickers and Pookie) and my hardcore, balls-to-the-wall, do-or-die, finally-21-years-old brother, let’s call him Archer.  We started early in the evening, around 7pm or so, and each brought our own gifts to the party for everyone to share. I brought a bottle of tequila, my girlfriend, Pookie, brought a bottle of fireball whiskey, and my other girlfriend, Snickers, brought a bottle of something called “FIRE.” Yes. Just straight up FIRE.

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