Recently no one has asked me what the difference between the real world and college is, but if they had, I would have had an essays worth of ideas on things that the real world should take from college and incorporate into everyday life. "Like what?" you ask. Well" Optional Three Hour Work DaysIn searching for a job upon graduation, I looked everywhere for a high paying job where I could sign up for a few afternoon hours of work per week. The kind of job where there are enough employees that if I accidentally decided to get drunk and couldn't make it any given day that I wouldn't be missed. The kind of job that pushes you hard for a week or two a year and lets you cruise the rest of the time by copying off Asians. Unfortunately the real world seems to be stuck on this silly notion of eight hour days and earning your pay! To illustrate how stupid this is, just ask your average working Joe if they have ever gone to Mexico with a stripper on a Thursday. The real world needs help. Case closed.Work Exchange Program When I had classes in college that actually included homework, there were some simple techniques for resourceful people like myself to efficiently remove this obstacle of happiness. I would simply tell one person that if I could copy their homework this week that I would let them copy mine next week. The person would agree and I would take their answers to another person and offer them this week's homework in exchange for them letting me have next week's homework. As a successful middle man, I didn't do homework for the last 3 years of college. But upon graduating, I found out a horrible flaw in the real world" They make different people do different work! Maybe they have some bizarre sudo-logical reason for this, but it seems to me, college got it right.