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Jimmy Fallon Gives Us The Pros And Cons Of Graduating College

05/20/2015 09:47 am ET | Updated May 22, 2015

TRUTH BOMB, young ones.

Jimmy Fallon is all about helping out the young people. So on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday, with graduation day looming for so many, Fallon provided some pros and cons for (successfully) leaving that very important and very expensive academic institution known as college.

Pro: Finally, that piece of paper is all yours.
Con: It's a bill.

"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" airs weeknights at 11:35PM EST on NBC.

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