This post won’t feature any ground-breaking information. Most people know that the university of michigan requires freshmen to enroll in Arrogance 101. And as expected, many students pass with ease. These students also take what they learn from this pre-req and apply it to other facets of their life. So at least the goal of the u of m administration is being carried out.
Men’s Health conducted a study where they interviewed a sampling of u of m students. The study asked students to rank how much they like several activities. Those activities included everything from eating their favorite food, drinking alcohol, meeting a new best friend, receiving a paycheck, having sex and having a self-esteem boosting experience.
Guess what was most-often ranked higher than every other option. Ding, ding, ding. university of michigan students have a love jones with confidence boosting experiences. They can’t live without hearing how special they are. So what does this mean? Men’s Health interviewed a doctor from Ohio University. The findings suggest that “maybe self-esteem has become too important,” says study co-author Brad Bushman, Ph.D., of the University of Ohio.
If Dwight Schrute were asked to define the results, he’d probably say something along the lines of “Fact. u of m students are self-esteem seeking turds.”
After completing the study, every student asked where their Participation Award was. Apparently they haven’t grown out of their tee ball phase yet.
Category: University of Michigan