After about the 300th time of uploading your resume for a job application and then immediately being asked to input your work history, you start to think, ‘Were those $200,000 in student loans worth it?’
A Florida State University college graduate has apparently found the answer to our problems by selling
her college diploma, which has “never been used to get a job before,” on eBay for $50,000.
Stephanie Ritter is also selling her college experience which includes:
- A TOUR of Florida State University including everywhere you would have gone/eaten/partied in your four years at FSU. (Possibly includes but not limited to: Suwanee Hall and a possible Ms. Killings sighting, Jimmy Johns, Mr. Roboto, dinner at Cool Beanz, burgers & beers at Monks, drinks at Poor Pauls)
- Access to all of my college memories/Facebook albums for 6 months! (access to any memories by phone or text between 10-7 Sunday-Thursday so you can give someone the most authentic specific memories straight from my brain to their ears)
- A show (on me) at the FSU School of Theatre (on opening night if time permits!)
- I will rent a car and show you the best view of the capitol building (where it looks most like a penis)
- A walking tour of the theatre where I performed How I Learned to Drive.
- A driving tour of the spots I got speeding tickets in between classes!
- A very quick drive by my former drug dealer/yoga teachers house so as not to arouse suspicion.
- **A TOUR OF ALL OF MY FAVORITE PUBLIXES INCLUDING SWEET TEA AT EACH LOCATION!!**
- A walking tour of all the trash cans my ex silently projectile vomited in on our way to big events.<3
- IF timing permits, AN AUTHENTIC FSU HOME FOOTBALL OR BASEBALL GAME!
Ritter, who says she is still $40,000 in debt and working as a personal assistant in Los Angeles, graduated with a degree in theatre.
“Why waste four years of your life going to a state school for a piece of paper when you can just buy mine?” Ritter writes. “I graduated from Florida State University in 2011 and have yet to use my diploma, so save yourself the time and buy college experience.”