20 Frustrations Of A UD Student
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20 Frustrations Of A UD Student

The unsaid truths

20 Frustrations Of A UD Student

This one goes out to my fellow Blue Hens.

1. Forgetting your student ID card

No, I would not like to pay 10 dollars to workout today.

2. The Kirkbride crossing

3. Finding a seat at Morris Library

May the odds be ever in your favor.

4. When hobos ask you for money

5. Finding a treadmill at the little bob

Let me rephrase that: Finding anything open at the little bob.

6. Traffic on Main Street

(Me trying to drive down Mainstreet)

7. The Jersey epidemic

Does your Jersey scream "I'm in a frat going to a dage?!"

8. The Starbucks line in smith

9. No free parking

Going broke one parking meter at a time.

10. Waiting for a hot bagel at NDB

11. When you're not 21

The struggles of going to a non-bar school.

12. Getting an underage at a dage

13. Bikers/skateboarders

No really its fine please just run me over with your bike, its cool.

14. Unnecessary amount of Mexican restaurants

6 to be exact.

15. UD Alerts

When you wake up thinking you have friends, but then you realize its just a UD Alert.

16. When cars don't stop for you at the cross walk

17. Health Services

Just don't bother.

18. When it rains

19. Getting nailed by doors

I say a prayer every time I walk up to Memorial or Wolf's doors #nowindows

20. The year long winter break

When all your friends go back to school and your just like:

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