I've had two very different college experiences. Well, technically three. I went to a community college right out of high school because my dad told me I had to. Didn't know what I wanted to do, I ended up getting a full time job, and bounced from job to job for the next few years.

After realizing that all those jobs weren't for me, I had a conversation with my dad. He asked what I wanted to do and I said I wanted to be in radio. So he said go do it. I enrolled in a radio broadcasting program and got my degree.

Fast forward to 2012 and I've been laid off from my radio job and I was done doing radio. I wanted out. So I enrolled in school to get my degree in Computer Science. Now, what made this experience different than the others? I went for a total of two terms. Took 5 classes, and racked up $10,000 in student loan debt. Needless to say I reevaluated what I was doing and decided to not continue down that path.

So a recent survey was done, that asked 500 college students what they'd do to wipe out all of their student loans. Here are some of the better answers:

1.  85% would give up weed for life.

2.  84% would stop watching Game of Thrones.

3.  62% would star in a short porn video.

4.  61% would give up cheese.

5.  58% would deal with Comcast customer service every day for five years.

6.  43% would give up toilet paper and wipes for five years.

7.  31% would give up sex for the next 10 years.

8.  27% would get Zika.

9.  9% would actually give back their degree.

10.  And 8% would move to North Korea for 10 years.