We are so often reminded about “the Michigan difference” but to us, it seems a little forced. As one of our Twitter followers stated (sorry for stalking but if you are reading this, your tweets are amazing) it is as if Michigan “doesn’t want you to succeed.” So this post is for you. And for all of us really.
We are redefining “the Michigan difference” as “going-to-fail-out-of-college-and-have-to-get-a-shitty-job”. Well either fail out or drop out due to the stress. So here are our top number 3 jobs that don’t need a degree.
Wife: This can also be a stay-at-home-mom. Who needs a Michigan degree when we can get a M.R.S. degree? I mean, lets be honest, some of us came to Michigan to meet a Business major or Law School boy and to make him fall in love with us. But why go through the literal (academic) harassment if it’s not needed? Why not drop out now and just spend all day in the Law Library waiting for Prince Charming (or in this case a 23 year old law student) to come up to us and start up a conversation?
Flight Attendant: Yes, Michigan has some great study abroad programs, but why spend money to travel when we can get paid to travel around the world? Plus, we have a secret fantasy of meeting a complete stranger on a plane and to join the Mile High Club (okay, it’s less of a fantasy than it is a bucket list item). But how much hotter would it be if you did it on the job? And we would already wearing a hot costume. At least the job would be better than the plot of “Pan Am”. (But really, has anyone even watched one episode?)
Yoga Instructor: What guy doesn’t want to get with a yoga instructor? Plus, the guys that go to yoga lessons have to be flexible, if you’re catching our drift. Even more important, we would be getting paid to have the best bodies that we have ever had. Hopefully we can find a rich guy to give one-on-one lessons to…
Okay, so we are obviously too smart to even allow ourselves to fail/drop out of Michigan. But a girl can dream. But now it’s time to get back to reality, hit the books, and make up for the midterms that we failed last week.
"Still hoping for our Prince Lawyer-ing,"
WE love Michigan