I love PHD Comics. Because even though I say I read it to prepare me for grad school, it's already so much like my life. For example:Let's see...
I work in the Ecological Genetics Laboratory but get paid by Genetics (and previously Howard Hughes). My Advisor is in Forestry and Natural Resources but my other Advisor is in Ecology. Officially, I'm part of Biology in Lilly Hall...even though my office* is in Pfendler Hall. Most of my classes are on molecular & cell biology, yet technically my degree is in Genetics and Ecology, Evolution, & Environmental Biology. So basically, I belong in the Biology Borg Collective.
Okay, I guess that's not too insane. But seriously, I've taken two advanced genetics classes and a tiny seminar class, and that's good enough for a degree in Genetics. That's kind of terrifying. Less microbiology, more genetics!
*Office = lab bench space that I have guarded dearly for three years and damnit who keeps moving my pipettemen and tiny tubes and tube opener?! *hoard hoard hoard*