I rejected UofT's offer, not UofT rejected me

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Subject: I rejected UofT's offer, not UofT rejected me
You ppl dont think your school is like harvard, okay?? Not everyone wants to get into UofT. Look at your messy and ugly campus. I really dont want to be hit by a car when I go to another class.

I refused the offer from the Faculty of Arts and Science and got into Waterloo.

UofT students are so pathetic. If you are not a med, law students, STFU!! Otherwise dont make UofT looks so bad, got it??

[15-07-2006,13:30]
UofT is not that good!
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Congratulations! I´m sure you´ll be talking about this for the rest of your life.
[15-07-2006,17:16]
Anonymous
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lmao.. this guy is ANGRY (and a little bit retarded)!

First off, have you actually been to the UofT campus?? because I´ve been to Queen´s, McGill, McMaster, and Western, and UofT has by far the best looking campus. Clean too. You may in fact get hit by a car, but that is only because you are retarded.

Second of all, UofT students don´t think their school is Harvard. Please. We´re proud to go to a great school - that´s it.

Anyways, have fun at Waterloo, man.

[15-07-2006,17:17]
Anonymous
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i would rather go to waterloo than UofT, but i would rather go to lakehead than either
[15-07-2006,18:39]
Anonymous
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Is Waterloo a coed school? I´ve met plenty of guys who go there but no girls.
[15-07-2006,19:47]
Anonymous
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i wouldnt call u of t campus an actual campus...its just a bunch of scattered building downtown, in between shops and roads..apparetly, mcgill and uwo have the best campuses..yorks campus is not bad either
[15-07-2006,20:06]
Anonymous
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i always hear people raving about McGill´s campus. But my friend who visited UofT last month told me their campus was nice.
[15-07-2006,20:11]
Anonymous
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been to both (mcgill and uoft), and uoft is much nicer.
[15-07-2006,20:42]
Anonymous
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Taken from studentawards. . .UofT:

http://www.pbase.com/icespark/my_school

http://community.webshots.com/album/465084330EpWJeH/0

http://www.hanifworld.com/UofTgallery.htm

http://www.flickr.com/photos/andrewgazaneo/with/163430152/

http://chiefe.smugmug.com/gallery/1253370/1/58756684

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mmassimi/sets/1174707/

FYI, most movies that depict Ivy league schools are filmed at UofT. For example, MIT (not Ivy) for Good Will Hunting and Princeton in Harold and Kumar is Knox College at UofT.

McGill and McMaster both have beatiful campuses too, but I´m not crazy about Western or Queen´s. Waterloo is real bad.

[15-07-2006,21:19]
Anonymous
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I am shocked this guy got accepted to a university period.
[15-07-2006,22:19]
Anonymous
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the op is such an angry guy. "i rejected uoft not uoft rejected me" this guy will be talking about this the rest of his life...does anyone else sense that this guy is feeling some remorse by rejecting uoft to bring it up again..this post is not his first concerning this subject. why do you keep telling us that you rejected uoft ..no one cares......and we don´t think that we are harvard students who ever said that....it´s just feeling proud to attend a great school in canada ...perhaps the greatest.
[15-07-2006,22:53]
Anonymous
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^ here we go again, proud to think that you are the best. Of course you do not think that you are like Harvard, you think more on the lines that Harvard is Canada´s UofT.
[15-07-2006,23:56]
Anonymous



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