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At Japanese graduation, college students are allowed to wear whatever they like

I had to wear a rather unflattering polyester robe to my graduation. If they had asked me to wear anything, I would have dressed up like a cello. Here are some photos of a lucky bunch of young Japanese students whose principal allowed for them to dress up as anything for their graduation ceremony. The students let their creative juices flow freely and did not disappoint. Some dressed as geishas, others as Snoopy. But the Styrofoam-clad dead chap was a clear winner.

Via Reddit

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Marta is a Latvian writer but calls Rome her home. She gets her panties in a twist for high heels, cool hunting, Haruki Murakami and art history.

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