Golly, I hadn’t thought of HALF of these things. Now that the York Regional Police has come out with this handy-dandy list, I’m going to print up a hundred copies to stick under my neighbors’ doors when they get out of hand. Chilling effects aren’t JUST for The Man anymore!
York Regional Police weighed in on the issue of frosh week on Wednesday, offering a list of unexpected expenses new university students should be aware of if they partake in activities officers have seen in the past. Among them: “Forcing a pet to smoke marihuana,” “starting a bonfire with a dorm room sofa” and “dropping excessive bass at 4 a.m.”
Any of those indiscretions would cost guilty students anywhere from $5,000 to jail time, according to the region’s “Frosh Week Expense List.”
The list, distributed on social media, reminds students “frosh week is extremely fun, but can also be extremely dangerous. And we’re not talking about the cost of your textbooks or varsity sweater. These are a few activities considered to be college rituals. Just remember, they may end up costing you your grocery money. Party with caution.”
Prank-calling a history professor is also on the list…
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