I made a school project to impress a girl. +20 Dork points.
Good news and bad news about the outcome: it totally worked, she and everyone present thought it was a masterpiece. Even better, afterwards she wanted to get the software I used. From me. Bow-chicka-wow. Bad news: when I met her in the library, I acted the total dork-azoid. Had it not been for the timely appearance of my good friend Emily, I am certain I would have tumbled headfirst-chairlast into a piece of abstract art. Bad abstact art. Thankfully, Emily also gave us the topic of couples with matching hair (she and her dood both sported Pepé le Pew styles at the time—neither knew of the other's current look until they first met—aww). The nervous klutz-ass factor, despite the presence of awesome friends, and combined with the fact the software later might've got that girl a virus (oops)... all of them accounted for why I didn't do so well that season.
But that's alright. I later learned on some pseudo-date with her roommate that she was a massive sto-o-oner rivaling Tommy Chong. Some things aren't meant to be. Now that is hearsay and if you're reading this, business major Maria X., you do have a chance to defend yourself. What totally reasonable explanation can you think of that we shouldn't have worked out, other than the fact I acted like a 'tard (the bad kind)? Cause that doesn't count.
At least I got a movie out of it. It is what those involved in online, remix and collage culture might call a "mashup," and what my parents might call "pretty neat." Normal people might call it "putting the sound from one thing with the video from something else." Your pick. Samples include:
The 1932 Disney classic (now public domain) "Flowers and Trees"
Air and Jean-Jacques Perry - Cosmic Bird
Malagena mourning song
Secret Cheifs 3 - Dolorous Stroke
That's all I have to say on that. I didn't get the girl, but I did get the A+. Go figure.