16 Things Girls Would Do If They Were Guys

16 Things Girls Would Do If They Were Guys

Don't you all wonder what it would be like to be a guy for a day...

Listen up, ladies! We've all had this everlasting thought in our heads. The thought of, "What would happen if I was a guy? What would it be like? What would I do?" You see, this thought is normal. I grew up in a predominately male household. I have two brothers, a father, and a majority of male cousins. I've always pondered what it would be like to be "one of the boys." The older I got, the more and more time I've had to reflect on this. Here is a compiled list of what I think girls would do if they had had a little something different going on down there:

1. Pee Our Names In A Bank Of Snow

As a female, having to pee outside is one of the worst things that could happen. The concept of aiming is physically impossible. If I had the ability to aim...I would mark my territory everywhere.

2. Touch Ourselves...A Lot

As a female, this takes a lot of time, dedication and effort. Finding the right spots can sometimes be tricky. But...as a male... everything is out there in the open. I often think if I was a guy I would take a long time in the shower loving myself.

3. Save Money

Men will never understand the concept of spending $50 at Sephora for foundation and $17 at MAC for a tube of lipstick... or $7 on tampons every month. As females, there are things we need to spend money on as well as things we are expected to spend money on. If I didn't have to buy all the stuff I use to make myself a presentable human, I would be one rich bitch.

4. Get Paid More

I'm just going to silently sip my tea...

5. Have More Time

Gone are the days where I would have to wake up an hour before I have to do anything. Picking out an outfit? Putting on makeup? Doing hair? Not anymore.

6. Tell Girls They're Beautiful

If I was a guy, I would probably be the best boyfriend ever.

7. Eat As Much As We Possibly Can

Pizza. Burgers. Burritos. Mac n Cheese. Get in my belly! And nobody would even bat an eyelash or ask me, "Don't you worry about that going to your thighs?"

8. Order Whiskey At A Bar

I'm a girl who likes her Jameson. But, when I order a shot at a bar, I get confused looks from the burley man across the way. Yes, I am a short little blonde girl who needs her Jack and Coke.

9. Experience Going To A Bar

I feel for men at bars. Although they save money on hygiene products...they spend a lot of money on leisure. I wonder what it's like being on the other end of grinding. Or how to come up with a pick-up line that will actually work.

10. Give Out Daps

I'd give out daps to my bros like Oprah.

11. Walk The Streets At Night

...and not have to worry about anything.

12. Have Bigger Pockets

Being able to fit my keys, wallet, chapstick and small child in the pocket of my jeans would be the coolest!

13. Openly Talk About Watching Porn

Girls watch porn. But, only guys are allowed to talk about how they watch porn. It is socially acceptable for males to write five-page essays about who their favorite pornstar is. I'd send all the Brazzers videos to my boys I'd think they'd like.

14. Not Worrying About Or Brows Being On Fleek

When it comes to crafting my eyebrows there is always blood, sweat, and tears. Sometimes I just can't get my damn arch right. I would not give two shits about my furry compadres if I was a dude.

15. Be Violent

I would punch walls like it's my job and nobody would think I have serious anger problems.

16. Have Sex

I've always wanted to know what having a boner feels like. Is it cool? Is it annoying? How do they go away...oh wait...I know. Sex from the other side is what I'm most curious about upon thinking of this endeavor. I would go up to every girl I'd think I'd have a chance with, buy her a nice dinner, and ask her for a fun night of love and passion. But, only if she says "yes." Consent is mandatory, my friends.

To all you boys out there...don't worry! We've got you covered. Check out my fellow funny team member Michael's article, "16 Things Guys Would Do If They Were Girls"! You won't be disappointed.

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Unpopular Opinion, But A Credit Card Is As Much A College Necessity As Ramen And Your Bus Pass



Before I left for college, I was warned: Don't buy into any of the credit cards that will attempt to entice you. They prey on new adults who need extra cash, AKA: college students.

This is true, and it's important not to be taken advantage of in your first few years of adulthood.

However, while the teachers and mentors giving this advice had good intentions, I don't believe advising prospective and new college students to stray from credit cards altogether is a good idea.

Once you graduate, you will need credit to operate most aspects of your daily life. Buying a car, renting an apartment, paying utilities, etc. Having established a good credit by this time will help make this easier (and most likely cheaper). However, many credit card options for young adults are tied to student loan refunds which are normally not a good idea and often aren't accepted universally. Or, many cards have an annual fee, which is an unnecessary added expense for an already cash-strapped college student.

While these are normally the reasons young people avoid credit cards, there are happy mediums that will help you avoid getting taken advantage of while still building credit for the future.

One of the easiest ways to build a little credit is for your parent or guardian to place as an authorized user on one of their credit cards. This allows you to use the card (although your parent or guardian is still responsible for the payment) and build some credit. However, with this option, your credit score essentially becomes your parent's credit score, so if your parents don't have good credit, this might not be the best option.

However, using this option can allow for good practice in having a credit card (you can simply pay your parents back instead of the company), and gives you a safety net in case of any emergencies.

If you feel comfortable enough having your own credit card, there are many options curated specifically for students by major credit card companies such as Discover, Capital One, and Citi. And even if you don't have interest in credit cards, you'll probably find these offers flooding your mailbox. The safest ones offer no annual fee and a relatively low interest rate.

The best part about some student branded credit cards is that you often are locked in with no annual fee and lower interest rates, even after you are not a student. Some even have added benefits of giving you rewards for good grades or will give you a few months interest-free. However, it is important to look at your options and decide which works best for you.

Once you have your credit card, don't go crazy.

Use it only for things you would already buy such as food, gas, or hygiene products. Using your card for expenses you would already be spending every month, means you really won't be out any money, won't struggle to pay the bill, and most likely will pay very little or no interest if you pay the bill every month.

Charge just enough to meet your minimum payment and you'll be building credit, without spending any extra money or buying useless things just for the sake of a credit score.

So, while credit cards can be damaging to your finances, if used strategically they can ultimately boost your credit score and aid you in future endeavors.

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