Having now reviewed the many rejection letters received in the last few weeks, it is with great regret that, despite your college’s outstanding qualifications and previous experience in rejecting applicants, I must inform you that I am unable to accept your rejection at this time.
This year I have been particularly fortunate in receiving an unusually large number of rejection letters. Unfortunately, the number of rejection letters that I can accept is very limited. It is for this reason that I was forced to reject the rejection letters of many qualified institutions. Please understand that this is in no way a judgment of you as a college or as an institution, since my decision has more to do with the rejection pool than anything else— with such a varied and promising field of candidates, it is impossible for me to accept all refusals.
This was not an easy task. Each rejection was reviewed carefully and on an individual basis. Many factors were taken into account, such as size of the institution, student-faculty ratio, location, reputation, cost and social atmosphere. Elimination under this system does not mean your university is not suitable for rejection, but merely reflects the high caliber of colleges and universities competing for my acceptance of their rejection letters.
I am aware of the disappointment that this decision may bring, for these were not easy judgments. Throughout my deliberations, I have kept in mind the importance to you of this decision. I wish it were possible to cite specific reasons for each of the determinations I have made but, frankly, it is not.
It was even necessary for me to reject some letters that were clearly qualified as rejections. This is surely my loss. Since all of my decisions are made at one time and all available rejection spaces have been committed, all decisions are final. Therefore, I am sorry to say I will be attending your university this Fall. I look forward to seeing you then.
I appreciate your disinterest in me, and, although it may seem inappropriate to you at this time, let me take the opportunity to wish you the best of luck in rejecting future applicants.
the man ran into te abortion clinic but it was too late. his son, his beautiful six week old son, had already been killed. look at this beautiful 6 week old baby and tell me what happened wasn’t murder. “MY SON” he cries out as his knees buckle and a deep sadness enters his eyes, a sadness that will never leave. THIS is what pro-choice is.
That’s a Blobfish. It has fins for god sake. At no point in the fetal process do we have fully formed fins.
keep sipping on the indoctrinade. i love seeing stupid pro-choicers comment on my post without knowing the facts. this man’s son was killed without permission and all you care about is the fins. typical
There is no fucking way this is a 6 week old fetus! WTF is that? It has fins and shit. Where in the hell… no who in the hell posted this?
i can tell by the way you type you dont know shit about how a fetus develops. fetus dont have bones until 52 weeks into pregnancy. the fins? theyre called arms you shitlord. think before you speak. and by the way… it is i, muscleluvr2, who posted this, and i forever stand by it
Lmfao what six week fetus is that big?!?! That’s the size of a nine month old BABY
how dare you imply that just because this fetus was big boned it isnt a real fetus. real fetuses have curves. real fetuses arent stick thin. fuck you
im fukig cryin
I THOUGHT YOU SAID IT WAS BIG BONED. HOW CAN IT BE BIG BONED WHEN IT CAN’T FORM BONES YET.
It also has a tail.
read my post like youre a fucking detective huh? fuck you shorty
I honestly think that crying over a book is one of the most prominent sign of compassion for humanity. You’re crying over someone who isn’t really there, doesn’t really exist, but you still feel for them as if you have known them your entire life.