You'll spend way too much money on fancy dinners, clothes, expensive shoes, travel, booze, events, artisanal coffee, organic groceries, and cabs.
Everyone has sent those misspelled booty call attempts and embarrassing pleas with exes to try to work things out.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you are ONE SHORT SEMESTER away from hearing “Pomp and Circumstance” play.
An English class will help you years after graduation.
Con: When you go out to eat, they want to go to Hooters. Pro: Hooters has really good wings.
Invisibility whenever you need to escape a situation involving an ex.
13. Can beat the “Estimated Time of Arrival” on the GPS to any destination.
Bet you didn't even realize how much you missed your car and singing along to the Pitch Perfect soundtrack without judgement.
Reality: The only exercise you do is walking from the couch to the Costco-stocked fridge and back.
You can’t stomach another bowl of Ramen and your bank account balance is $15.66.
The real timeline of what a college walk of shame on campus is like (and believe me, it's not pretty).
7. You have to sit down in the shower.
I thought when I graduated college and moved to the big city, I would be this fierce, independent adult. Turns out, it's like I never left my freshman dorm.
When you calculate the lowest grade you can get on the final and still pass the class and realizing you have to do really well...
Wine comes in bottles apparently? Franzia is frowned upon?
"I'll have a beer." There are many, many types of beer.
Impromptu photo shoot in the snow!
Not only are you now older, wiser and less painfully awkward than you were the first time the plastic crowns were up for grabs, you now have a college bar within walking distance and a newfound passion for tailgating.
The hardest adjustment to make when transitioning from high school to college is knowing that no one is going to force you to go to or pay attention in class.