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18B TheMichigan Daily - We , 4. - Best of Ann Arbor -hursday, April 18, 1996

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Best place to meet a mate:
Class
For the second year in a row, the Ann
Arbor community has voted "class" as the
best place to meet a mate. It must be those
fluorescent lights in the classrooms. They
lend a marvelous yellow tone to the skin,
which sets off the purple bags under one's
eyes quite nicely in those 9 a.m. lectures. If

that doesn't make you wantto ask someone
out on a date ... well, I'm sure something
else will.
Best pick up line:
" i "
Paradox: "Hi" is not a line. "Hi" is
a word. You readers obviously don't
urderstand the subtleties involved in

developing pick up lines. But let's
try combining "hi" with some of
the "runner-up" pick up lines and
see what we can come up with. "Hi
... wanna hit the sheets?" "Hi ...
did you fall off your barstool?" "Hi
... I'm from Jersey." The last one is
not necessarily guaranteed to work,
but we are sure that you get the
idea.

Best rejection line:
"Good-bye"
OK, simple is good, but it's also
BORING. Let's try the above with
"Good-bye" and our rejection line
runners-up. "Good-bye ... I have to
go to the bathroom." "Good-bye.
bite this." "Good-bye ... I have
gas." The last one is guaranteed to

work.

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Sure you deserve some fun this summer after your hard work this
academic year. But between vacation, summer jobs and catching up

with your hometown pals, you can
probably manage a class or two at
Oakland University. If so, you'll be

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Best place for a first
date: The Arb
"Martha, I wanted to do some-
thing really exciting for our first
date, so I thought I'd bring you
here to this ... place. You know,
with lots of trees and stuff. And
grass. If we get really crazy later,
maybe we can roll down that hill
over there."
Best place for a secret
rendezvous:
The Arb
Geeze, there must be a lot of lov-
ers running around the Arb on first
dates and secret rendezvous! If they
started charging admission at the
gate, maybe they could even afford
to set up a refreshment stand so
lovers could take a Diet Coke break
in between bouts of frolicking.
Best idea for an un-
usual date:
A trip to Meijer
Picture it: Pushing each other
around in the grocery cart, soul-
searching discussions about the
freshness of lettuce heads, feeding
each other chocolate covered pea-
nuts and yogurt covered pretzels
and various other covered food
items from the bulk food section.
Why didn't we ever think of it be-
fore?
Best date movie:
Tie between "Sleepless
in Seattle" and "Up
Close and Personal"
MegRyan or Michelle Pffeifer?
Meg Ryan or Michelle Pffeifer?
Meg Ryan or Michelle Pfeiffer?
Ahhhhhhhh! Good thing Tom
Hanks is just blatantly cuter than
that Redford guy.

Best Concert in the Past
Year:
Tracy Chapman
Tell that to the people who reviewed
her album this year - that didn't do
as well. Her Michigan Theater show
must have impressed some people.
though, because she beat out every-
one else in this category.

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change their format.
89X posers.

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ahead of the game ni fall. At Oakland University, you can
choose from more than 600 spring or summer courses offered
at our beautiful convenient
campus -many during the evening and on Saturday. You can
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complete schedule of classes and application, contact the Office

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Open Registration:

Best Local Band:
The Bucket
The Bucket has more members than
you can fit worms in a bucket. They're
really alternative - funk, jazz, you
name it.

Best Dancing:
The Nectarine
Check out Wednesday disco night
for a groovin' good time. Affection-
ately known as Necto's, they also offer
Industrial Gothic Night and Gay Night.

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