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“Hindi enrolled pero gumraduate.” Jeremy Layson delights with creative grad write up

Since we’re living in the digital age — the hey day of social media and virtual interactions, it has really become a custom for netizens to post “essay-like” write ups whenever something monumental happens — may it be Christmases, New Years, and every time we achieve something worth telling the world about. Now, it’s graduation season and our hardworking students couldn’t be more excited to share this moment with the world. Take Jeremy Layson, for instance.

His graduation photo and write up as posted on Facebook is just one of thousands, but it really caught the attention of many netizens. As of writing, Jeremy Layson’s post has been shared almost 5,000 times, and has gained 14,000 reactions.

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

Why?

Well, why don’t you read it and see how hilarious and incredible “his college journey” has been?

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

At first, it seems Jeremy Layson is a delinquent student who is unbelievably proud of it, right? He told stories about how he almost never attended class and would trade study sessions for drinking and smoking sessions.

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

He also mentioned wasting his parents’ hard-earned cash for bogus projects, and how he basically cheated his way out of college.

It is ridiculous and one might be inclined to actually believe Jeremy Layson and his rollercoaster of a college life, except for this disclaimer (which just made the post even funnier, tbh):

“Pag nakita n’yong shinare ng friend n’yo to at tila naniwala, i-enroll niyo sa English 101 o Filipino 101 para tumaas ang reading comprehension.”

Luckily, not everyone fell for his genius sarcasm:

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

Still, many were convinced his hilarious post was actually serious.

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

via facebook.com/jeremy.b.layson

 

In his exasperation, Jeremy Layson just ended up spoonfeeding the whole point of his original post:

 

#Winner.

 

What do you think? Were you also convinced that Jeremy’s post was serious at first? Do you think he wrote a prettey good impression on these kinds of students? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

SOURCE: Facebook

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