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things college admissions never told you

Quarters are like gold.
Two meals a day is standard.
Road trip whenever possible.
Going to the mailbox was never an ego booster/breaker before.
You will begin to nap again.
Your bookstore bill will almost equal tuition.
Squirt guns = stress relief.
E-mail becomes your second language.
It’s easier to IM your roommate than turn around and talk to them.
College students throw paper airplanes too.
You never realized so many people were smarter than you.
You will never rent more movies in your life.
No one is too old for video games.
Care packages are right up there with birthdays.
Campus is only clean for family weekend and freshman orientation.
Nothing you want to register for will be open.
Beware of the freshman 15. Or 30. Or 70.
Be creative in the dining hall.
You are no longer thankful that fire alarms are here to protect you.
Asleep by 2:30 AM is an early night.
Cereal makes a meal any time of the day.
New additions to food groups: Ramen, Pizza, and generic Mac & Cheese.
ATMs are the devils advocate.
Duct tape heals all wounds.
Keys have never been so important, yet you seem to lose them even more.
Showers become less important, sleep becomes more important.
You will eat anywhere that is a buffet.
You realize college is the ideal lifestyle, except for those pesky
classes.
Procrastination is an art form.
Jeans may be worn as many times as the wearer desires.
The only time to dress up is when all your jeans are dirty.
Youll eat anything if its free.
College football is the coolest thing on the planet.
Cartoons are for all ages, especially Scooby Doo.
There’s always time for Halo.

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  1. kingspray
    April 3, 2007 at 10:39 pm

    So true. So true.

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