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By  miniluda12  |  20

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By  NickaPLZ  |  34

Wow, it must've seemed legit enough to be a real document which tells me they put a lot of time into it... And for that, I'm not sure if they're awesome or assholes.

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By  iShanny  |  24

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  doodlecloud  |  24

Surely that depends on the course? I'm doing a teaching degree and I've seen 1, 3 and 4 year courses. In any case, I think OP would've been too excited upon reading the words 'accepted' and 'scholarship' to think to scrutinise too much.

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  musicluvr2000  |  24

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  EMTchic  |  24

Just because it said a "full four year scholarship" doesn't mean that the entire program only lasts four years. It just means that the first four years are paid for in full. That is WAAAY different than saying that the entire program is only 4 years long.

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  Obey_StudBoii  |  24

You obviously don't know anything about University College or Community College. Do your research next time before you have the urge to say something that isn't true or will mislead other's.

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  cbobrob  |  24

law school lasts 3 years. that is the standard length of full time law school programs in America. a few schools do part time 4 year programs. Yale is not among them.

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Accredited law school (JD) programs like Yale's all have a normative time of three years. All of them. An accelerated two-year JD program has become trendy over the past few years. There are no four-year-plan JDs in major schools like Yale's.

By  miniluda12  |  20

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  Jaxx66  |  20

2- I agree with you completely. I think some jokes are amazingly planned. (Like googles new 'smell' site. Or WoW's evil patch notes) But such a life changing thing would be absolutely crushing. I'm so sorry OP. I hope that you can get them back good around Christmas. Say.... A bunch of paperwork for the home you're putting them in?

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

118, my favorite Google pranks were the emailing with your hands into a camera using Google's made up sign language and the 3D only one eye patch. This FML prank went way too far. Shitty parents. OP, next year, imply that you're stripping or a hooker to get by because you didn't get any scholarships to a school. Let them believe it for days, if not weeks ;-).

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  EsotericBrent  |  34

If OP wants, he or she can print out a fake paternity test under the name of his/her father, a random woman (preferably from college, or work) and give it to the mom to open saying "something came in the mail for dad" Actually, that could end badly. Depends how bad OP wants to get the parents back.

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#121, That might seem rather hard at first, but comparing it, to what the parents did to him, they sort of deserve something like that. As long as its clear afterwards, that it was to get them back.

By  M3DIC4T3  |  37

That's just crossing the line, to fool you like that. To be less hurtful your parents should've chosen a community college or something, so it's not such a humongous let down.

By  NickaPLZ  |  34

Wow, it must've seemed legit enough to be a real document which tells me they put a lot of time into it... And for that, I'm not sure if they're awesome or assholes.

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  acetl87  |  34

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By  mopipony  |  22

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  heinous966  |  22

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  mopipony  |  22

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  Spring13  |  22

jeez #36 calm down. why get all worked up because someone thinks it's funny. that's their problem, what's that too you. unless this happened to you I get it....

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  plaguer  |  22

I'm just guessing 16's mommy never taught them it was just fine for somebody to have a different opinion than them. Throwing personal insults at someone just because you disagree is ridiculous.

By  buckeyed  |  36

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