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Old 12-08-2013, 07:48 PM   #61
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Heh, I went to all-male, all-scholarship Jesuit high school. College at one of the more infamously liberal colleges in the US was an experience that required more than a little adjustment.

I met DW when we were both living in the same dorm (which was a co-op dorm with co-ed cattle showers), so I must have figured it out.
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Well, I went to an all woman's college. At least it was until the year before I got there. My freshman year the female/male ratio was 16:1. We didn't have any fights either. There was no pressure, if one woman didn't want to go out with you one of the other 15 did. ....
How many years did it take you to graduate? Anything less than about 15 just doesn't sound right!

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How many years did it take you to graduate? Anything less than about 15 just doesn't sound right!
Well, I met the future DW junior year, and she decided I should get out of there pretty much on schedule.
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