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“We Ask You Wednesday” Vol. 57

(EHarmony.UK.com)

The folks here at KSR love getting your input on things… relevant and bizarre. We have to get a little creative around here sometimes. Last summer I started a weekly series called “We Ask You Wednesdays,” that brought in some great responses from many readers via Twitter.

Each week, the question will change and we will hit on a variety of topics, mostly UK-related… but you never know. Each week the best responses will make it on to the website.  This week’s twenty ninth volume of the “We Ask You Wednesday” allowed Kentucky fans to answer the following question via Twitter in 140 characters or less: WHAT’S YOUR BEST ADVICE FOR NEW STUDENTS ARRIVING ON UK’S CAMPUS THIS WEEK?

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Know your role people.

That sounds like a good way to lock in that victory lap…

Those things do make me slightly nervous…

 

That’s a given. 

I’ll just leave this here…

 

So businesslike. 

This will make more sense after you read the next response…

 

See? Apple Care. 

I had one semester at Transy where my earliest classes were 12:00. Best semester ever. 

 

Bathroom secrets are crucial to life. 

 

I’ve somehow managed to never own or use a planner for more than 3 days in my life. I’m still here. 

College is the time of your life. Or it should be anyway. 

 

Enjoy those Tempur-pedic mattresses, you little divas. 

 

Very true. You always think you’ll stay in touch with everyone. 

I’ll add “branch out” to that… If your ONLY friends after college are still all of your friends from high school… you  missed the boat. 

 

These are the staples. 

It’s a trick!

 

YES

More bathroom tips…

 

Yeah, do this. 

… Kidding.  (This was the most popular answer this week… by far)

 


BEST ANSWER OF THE WEEK:

Live it up, folks. It goes by fast. 

Article written by Ally Tucker

I once successfully requested "The Wobble" to be played 6 times at one wedding.