In May 2004 I will graduate from law school.
In July 2004 I will take the Massachusetts Bar Exam.
In November 2004 I hope to pass said Bar Exam, thus giving me license to practice as a full-fledged attorney.
Given the number of lawyer jokes I have heard over the last couple of years, I have learned that, at this point, I will no longer require (or need or want) a soul.
But why should a perfectly good soul go to waste?
Hereâ€™s where you come in: You, yes you, could be the proud owner of my soul. Think of all the fun you could have with it: you can use it for bargaining purposes, start a collection of lost souls, or keep it in your trunk for emergencies. The possibilities are endless.
DONâ€™T MISS OUT! ACT NOW!
Purchaser will receive a certificate of ownership and handy-dandy Tupperware soul storage container.
Price negotiable. Near mint condition. No explanations given for soul tarnishing acts in college. In the event of the death of the current owner, or future owner of the soul, the soul will be relinquished and returned to original owner.
Date: 2003-07-18, 10:46PM EDT