One day a college student comes home for spring break, and he and his dad start a conversation.
"So how are your classes?" Asks the father.
"How is the football team playing this year?"
"Making new friends?"
"What are you thinking of majoring in?"
A new student at Harvard stopped an upperclassman and asked, "Where's the library at?"
The upperclassman said, "Never end a sentence with a preposition. Cops do it on TV, but it isn't proper, so to speak."
The new student said, "Pardon me. Where's the library at, MORON?"