Graduating Senior Decides To Take A Gap Decade To Figure Things Out

“It’s like, I don’t know man, I don’t want to start my life until I’ve lived, ya know?” comments recent NYU graduate Chad Bushwood, who reportedly will not be joining the work force with his fellow graduates, but instead plans on taking 10 years to really figure out life. “You only get 4 years at college, but I know I’ll need at least a decade before I’m ready for responsibility,” says Chad, who has already pawned his Bachelor’s of the Arts for a map of America that he’ll use to drift around the country for the better years of his life before going back to his hometown and slowly becoming his father.