F is for Failure.

You know from the time you enter college who's gonna be the MVP. No, not on those first days where you wander around from party to party, gawking at the new gear everyone's sportin'. I mean from the time he/ she makes his/ her first speech or comment in a forum.

Without the trouble of casting votes, everyone knows who's the most likely to succeed or most likely to get a nose job. But some people never rise to the occassion of the titles people cast upon them.

All I have to say is: "Why don't these people know how to handle business."

And that's not so much a question.

J. Harlem

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