25 Things College Students Can Admit To
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25 Things College Students Can Admit To

25 Things College Students Can Admit To

College makes us participate in things we normally wouldn’t do.

Some are easier to admit to than others. Regardless, know that you aren't alone. Here are 25 things a college student has admitted to:

1. Starting a prank war.

2. A hangover.

3. Maximizing the use of the same plate to avoid washing the dishes. 

4. Skipping an afternoon class to get ready for formal.

5. Having more fun at the pregame than the actual party. 

6. Sighing when hearing your class must participate various ice breakers. 

7. Referencing Mean Girls.

8.  Having 100 different notes of uncompleted lists or ideas in your iPhone.

9.  Keeping random business cards that you’ll never use. 

10. A love-hate relationship with coffee. 

11.  That one annoying friend. 

12.  An awkward encounter seeing a professor off campus. 

13.  Collecting an absurd amount of Greek affiliated tanks and shirts.

14.  Having serious relationship with Netflix. 

15.  Starting a blog and failing. 

16.  Wearing shorts towards the end of winter in 45 degrees.

17.  Referring to “back in the day” when their parents were in school. 

18.  Planning an Instagram post.

19.  Regretting an Instagram post.

20.  Taking full advantage of campus freebies.

21.  Dropping everything to make a giant slip and slide. 

22.  Spending the night in the library. 

23.  Waking up in the middle of the night due to an idiot setting off the fire alarm. 

24.  Driving to class because its raining. 

25.  FOMO.

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