Listen to Jodi talk about it at 30:40 in the show podcast below:
According to People:
“Here’s what will matter: You, the class of 2018, will have graduated, and you won’t be classmates anymore,” he said. “You’ll be adults who Facebook search each other at two in the morning for the next 10 years.”
“That doesn’t mean you should rest on your laurels — or your yannys,” said Fallon. “Some of you will grow up to hear yanny, some of you will grow up to hear laurel, but the most important thing for you to know is that neither of these things will matter by the end of the summer.”
“The first thing is this: When something feels hard, remember that it gets better,” the Emmy winner shared. “Choose to move forward. Don’t let anything stop you.”
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— BCPS OSPA Chief (@BCPSChiefOSPA) June 3, 2018
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