It happens the second you graduate college: Everyone -- absolutely everyone -- starts bombarding you with questions about your life. The questions can be relentless: What are you going to do with your degree? Do you have any jobs lined up? Are you going to marry that cute girl you dated sophmore year? Why do you want to do live in the jungle for four months teaching English, again?
Insert the lost art of dodging questions. You don't have to make something up, you just need to deflect, deflect, deflect. Law school, here you come.
This rant from The Jillboard is spot-on: