Student exchange is all about finding yourself through new experiences, or something like that. A considerable part of that is making new discoveries and realisations.
And probably the most important of such discoveries was made by Joselph Glardy in his second week at Lionel University in Klugoblaskia, Eastern Europe.
Although probably 50% of his exchange cohort are Australians, Joselph (the 's' is silent) has been shocked to realise the time-tested question of 'What School Did You Go To?' when you meet someone means absolutely nothing unless you happened to grow up in the same city, and even then its a pretty bullshit question.
Conversations are usually as such:
'Oh cool, what school did you go to?'
'St Blues School for Gifted Youngsters.'
'Oh yeah, where's that?'
'Like near Grafton.’
'You know what, let's just say Sydney'.
'Oh yeah cool love Sydney. Bondi is unreal.’
This question is even more pointless for citizens of other countries, because then you don't even have a city within the nearest 1000km to pretend your town/school was just outside of.
In the end, the ol’ ‘WSDYGT’ shall remain reserved solely for the first day of first-year uni, unless you went to Terrace or All Hallows, ‘cause apparently those fuckers are everywhere.