Everyone secretly wants to be famous. Maybe you want to be known for your intelligence and take over the world, like Mark Zuckerberg did with Facebook. Maybe you're the type that wants to fake-bake yourself so orange that you get mistaken for an oompa loompa, tease the s!#t out of your hair to create a bulging mass on the top of your head, and make yourself a common household name for your skanky ways like Snooki did. Or, maybe you'll "accidentally" get caught on camera doing what you do best and end up making a fortune off of it, like Paris Hilton did.
Being famous seems pretty fabulous, and if you want to get up to the level of Mark, ole' Snooks, or even Paris, who's always on top in her video and off, college is the place to start. If you think running for office, being involved in multiple organizations, or leading your sorority is going to get you famous, it's not. Don't be a fool. To get your 15 minutes of fame, you're going to need to step it up. If you do, those 15 minutes could turn into much more. Like your very own, crappy reality television show.
The most epic of all ways to get your 15 minutes of fame in college is to go streaking. I'm not talking about drinking a few too many then running down your street at 3:00 in the morning when no one's around. I'm talkin' leaving your clothes on the sidelines of the biggest basketball game of the season and running across the court. You may end up going to jail, but you'll look darn good in your mug shots.
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