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Discussion in 'Pre-Veterinary' started by PrincessButterCup, Dec 15, 2016.
Is it time? Not really. But it has been demanded, and so it shall be delivered.
Still in disbelief. Is this real life?
I've been c/o 2021 since 2015 so imagine my relief to see this thread finally up and running
The c/o 2022 thread will get started in October at this rate!
I think this is like... obscenely early. Like, almost 2 months ahead of last year. Calm down guys, calm down.
2 months, ours was started in February
Yeah... I actually know that and that's what I meant. But I was reading your post that said the word "October" and my brain got confused. Now I got to make an edit.
I was curious so I went a searching. They've been started in February since c/o 2017, but prior to that much later - 2016's was started in May, 2015's wasn't started until August, 2013's in June. The first one, for class of 2013, was started in September, after everyone had already started classes! Hence the question of how they were doing, having started vet school.
Now you can stay out of our thread.
So I definitely was about to say "February is more than two months away" but then I realized I have finals brain and it really is December.
Oh good, I'm not the only one who briefly forgot it was December.
Maybe if people didn't start singing Christmas songs in October then I would recognize this month as December. As it is, things look no different to me.
I haven't even finished the first semester yet!!
Cherish the excitement, you'll need it!
Every time you post in 2020....
You can't forget c/o 2021's December for those who are still awaiting emails!
Seems tomorrow will be Judgement Day for a lot of c/o 2021 hopefuls
Why can't they just send the emails out already?!!!!!
Amen! I cannot handle myself right now
The more I think about it, the more I'm amused that this post is up even before the applicant stats one.
C/O 2021 was getting a rep as a class of slackers! Now you're ahead of the curve.
But I am a slacker.
This thread makes me so happy.
Seriously. My first interview isn't for three weeks lol
actually, the spaced out ellipsis in the thread title kind of makes me less happy. It's weirder every time I look at it.
I was thinking the same thing. Shame on you for spacing out the ellipses, PBC!
... -> looks incorrect
. . . -> much better
@WildZoo! How do you write an ellipsis?
When did WZ become the authority on how to write an ellipsis?
She's the only other English major I know of on here.
I'm not saying it's wrong.
I'm saying it looks wrong.
thepunctuationguide.com supports me:
In informal writing, an ellipsis can be used to represent a trailing off of thought.
If only she had . . . Oh, it doesn’t matter now.
I wasn't aware writing an ellipsis required a four year degree.
I guess WZ can correct me if I'm wrong but when I've looked it up in the past... I think there's actually no consensus on which way is "correct" and it comes down to preference.
All I know is that '...' was considered incorrect formatting in my undergrad essays. (Plus it looks weird )
If my degree was all a lie . . .
In February someone can make a thread with the weird compact ellipsis and all will be right in the sdn world.
iPhones do this for an ellipsis when you hold down the period key
I wrote a book so I know everything
I'm going to go cry into my MLA manual
Don't think it ever came up in any of my classes! I don't know that I've ever seen the spaced out version.
I wrote a book!
No one said it had to be a good book, right?
Maybe it's a regional thing?
My perception of the world has been shattered.
Ha. Seems to be mostly personal preference. I like without the spaces because I don't want my ellipsis to be broken up by a line break.