UGA Students Attempts To Get Hit By Car To Avoid Finals

Run Over

How far would you go to get out of your finals? Would you pay off your professors? Too easy. Would you fake a death in the family? Too cliché. Would you send out an anonymous bomb threat? Don’t—there isn’t a girl in this world that can pull off an orange jumpsuit.

But thanks to two girls at the University of Georgia, we now know the perfect solution to avoid our finals all together. Just hire someone on Craigslist to hit you with a car!

According to Flagpole Magazine, the two female students placed an ad on Craigslist last week entitled “Hit Man Wanted (UGA).” And the job description is almost too good to be true:

Craigs List

The ad was recently taken down due to Craigslist’s strict “you-can’t-hire-a-hit-man” policy. And unfortunately for society’s sake, there haven’t been any reports of two students being run over in Athens within the past week.

While I do commend the girl’s creativity, I can’t help but wonder why they didn’t take a different route—you know, one that doesn’t involve violent self-infliction. After all, every Cosmo girl knows the only surefire way to pass Spanish is to wear your lucky scrunchie and is give Professor Montoya a lap dance after the final…luckily.

[via Flagpole]

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