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Definitions for 'PhD'

And for some more stuff that has disappeared from the internet, here are definitions of PhD.

What "PhD" really stands for:

* Patiently hoping for a Degree
* Piled higher and Deeper
* Professorship? hah! Dream on!
* Please hire. Desperate.
* Physiologically Deficient
* Pour Him a Drink
* Philosophically Disturbed
* Pathetically hopeless Dweeb
* Probably heavily in Debt
* Parents have Doubts
* Professors had Doubts
* Pheromone Deprived
* Probably hard to Describe
* Patiently headed Downhill...
* Permanent head Damage
* Pulsating heaving Disaster?
* Pretty homely Dork
* Potential heavy Drinker
* Professional hamburger Dispenser... "Would you like fries with that?"
* Post hole Digger
* Professional hair Dresser
* Piano hauling Drone
* Pizza hut Driver
* Pretty heavy Diploma
* Phinally Done !!

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