50 Things You Should Know About Your Future Boo

50 Things You Should Know About Your Future Boo

What you should know before you and your future SO become a thing.


There are more important things to know about your crush than his style or her curves. Are you both on the same page?

1. Where are they from?

2. Do they have siblings?

3. What do they want to do with their life?

4. How well are they educated?

5. Do they plan on moving anytime soon?

6. Do they plan on moving in the future?

7. What are their political beliefs?

8. What about their religious beliefs?

9. Are they willing to accept your beliefs?

10. What do they define as cheating?

11. How do they define a relationship?

12. How do they feel about holidays?

13. How do they feel about birthdays?

14. What genre of music do they like?

15. What's their favorite movie if they have one?

16. What's their favorite thing to learn about?

17. What's a hidden talent they have?

18. What's their favorite restaurant?

19. What's their favorite fast food joint?

20. Do they do drugs?

21. Do they smoke weed?

22. Do they smoke cigs?

23. Do they vape?

24. Do they drink?

25. How heavily do they drink?

26. How often do they drink?

27. Would they be willing stop, or change their habits for you?

28. How do they feel about social media?

29. How do they feel about PDA on social media?

30. How do they feel about PDA in general?

31. How much privacy do they need?

32. Do they expect you to give them your phone password?

33. Do you expect them to give you theirs?

34. How often do they text you?

35. What are their work hours?

36. What are their school hours?

37. What days are they available?

38. What times are they available?

39. How much do you expect to communicate with them when they're at work or school?

40. How do they feel about friends of the opposite sex?

41. Are they over their ex?

42. How did their past relationships end?

43. How many past partners have they had?

44. How many people have they engaged with sexually?

45. Have they been tested?

46. What's their relationship like with their parents, or family?

47. What methods of birth control do they use?

48. Do they drive, and have a car?

49. How often do they need to spend time with their friends?

50. How do they feel about you?

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14 College Students Told Me Their Most Embarrassing Moment From Freshman Year And...WOW

And I thought mine was bad.


Whether it be accidentally taking someone else's order at the coffee shop, tripping up the stairs on my way to class, getting lost in the Humanities building, or looking orange after my spray tan, I've had my fair share of embarrassing moments. Embarrassment afflicts all of us. We just have to embrace it, and we'll end up laughing about it in the long run.

1. "I dropped and broke a bowl full of sausage links in the middle of the dining hall."

2. "I wanted to say hi to a guy, but ended up slipping and basically sliding on my knees into him just to find out he was talking to another girl. I got up and sprinted out of there."

3. "I got locked out of my room after I showered, and I was only in a towel. I had to wait 15 minutes for my RA to get the master key to unlock it."

4. "I had Psych 453 — Human Sexuality — with the boy I lost my virginity to."

5. "I dropped my lace underwear while carrying my laundry up to my dorm room."

6. "I showed up to a frat when there was no party because I thought it was on Friday, not Thursday, and they kicked us out."

7. "I dropped a pencil over the railing on the top floor of the union. It fell onto a table of people, and they all looked up at me."

8. "I lost my student card and then found it underneath clothes in my room after I had just bought a new one."

9. "I was carrying bags of food through the dining hall with mainly upperclassmen, and all the bottoms ripped."

10. "I fell asleep in class and got yelled at by my professor."

11. "I didn't realize I was taking a class for honors credit, and then I realized in the last week and dropped the honors on the last day of the semester."

12. "I sprained my ankle jumping off a second floor balcony."

13. "I fell asleep in my friend's room, and when I woke up, they all told me I was snoring."

14. "I turned in a Philosophy paper and realized I put the title as 'F*** This.' I got a point for creativity."

College is the golden opportunity to do something embarrassing. It happens to all of us, and these moments will make for the best stories later on.

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Summer 2019, Here I Come

I'm ready for a summer filled with making memories, relaxing, and ultimately, focusing on myself.


This summer is going to be different for me.

This is the first time in a long time where I'm going to have a lot of freedom this summer, and I'm genuinely looking forward to it. The crazy part is that I don't even have plans to travel or do anything crazy, but that's what makes it so great.

The fact that I'll be home for the summer with an excess amount of free time and less working sounds great to me. I know that having an internship somewhere would probably benefit me too, but I'm not dreading that anymore.

To keep it real, I did apply for internships. AND normal jobs too. Grocery store cashiers. Boring, government receptionist jobs. Video production internships. I've applied to so many things over the course of the spring semester and it's draining not to hear back from anything...or at least, only hearing back with rejections.

It scared me at first. But it doesn't anymore. Why?

I'm embracing where my life is and where I am at this moment in time.

I am not worried about the future. I'm not worried about my career or job opportunities I may have missed. Maybe that sounds reckless, but not to me.

I say that because I used to bash myself for doing things that I wanted to do. I used to bash myself for not following exactly what my parents say I should be doing or what society tells me. I want to live my life in its full essence as it right now, in its full originality and being.

I'm simply focusing on me. Conceited? No. Content.

Routine, routine, routine.

I love routine. I also love adventure and spontaneity, but routine is where I feel at home. However, stepping outside of your comfort zone is what I've been trying to do for the past year, so I'm trying to embrace that too.

I already know how I'm going to spend my off days, work days, and time in between. I want to keep myself busy, preparing myself for the humongous workload I'm going to encounter when the fall semester hits. There's a lot I want and have to do, secure, and make arrangements for. I'm excited to tackle those battles.

Long distance running is going to become a part of my everyday routine. It's something I used to love doing but distanced myself from last summer. It makes me happy and keeps me active - and out of the house.

Working as much as I can to obviously secure the bag but also to stay busy is something I'm looking forward to. Going to the pool and soaking up as much sun as I can get is a huge priority for me this summer.

My goal is to do things that will make me happy. But deeper than that, I want to learn what will make my soul and heart happy. If having a routine, spending the majority of my time relaxing, and staying out of the house will aid in benefiting myself, than that's what I'm going to do.

I'm trying to put me before stress and discomfort.

Something that usually affects me when I go home is stress. This can be confusing or it could be extremely relatable. Either way, coming home for me isn't necessarily a great experience.

That's why I want to come into summer 2019 with a new, refreshing mindset.

I'm going in with a mindset that sees the positives and how I can adjust myself for the time at home that consists of fun and freedom. The second I no longer have access to my small on-campus apartment with so much charm, character, and "me," is when I lose my personal space. I lose the things that make me more of myself rather than having to act a certain way now that I'm a 20-year-old living with my parents. Everything changes...And while I'm savoring every last minute of this time away from home, it'll soon come to an end.

So when I say "Summer 2019, here I come," I mean it. I'm not letting my summer go to waste like I did last year. I'll update you as the summer goes on, so stay tuned!

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