8 Types Of Guys You Meet In College
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8 Types Of Guys You Meet In College

If you've met one, you've met them all.

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8 Types Of Guys You Meet In College
Hannah Gallup

Every fall, freshman girls come to college with fresh minds and no expectations. By your senior year, you’ve decided it’s about time to settle down with a man that could make you a wife. In the four, maybe five years you spent in college there’s a very likely chance you’ve come across these types of guys...

1. The party animal.

This guy doesn’t care about what girls are at the party. All he knows is that he’s getting super turnt. If he gets with a girl at the end of the night that's awesome, and if not that’s cool too. He plays beer pong the entire party, and even though he invited you, he pays absolutely no attention to anyone who's not "running the tables with him."

2. The Stoner.

You and this guy met at the commons and y’all bonded over how awesome it was that literally everything is unlimited. You exchange numbers and he invites you to come chill at his house one day that week. You get there and it’s him and four of his bros sitting around playing video games completely couch locked. You sit there awkwardly trying to figure out if he just expects you to sit and watch them play Destiny. You find an escape a.s.a.p.

3. The guy that's friends with every girl.

This guy is one of your best friends that you go to for everything. He's the first guy you ask for advice and the last person you tell your problems to because he just hates the guy that's screwing you over. He always is asking you which one of your friends you can hook him up with and you are constantly asking which one of his friends talk about you and your best friends.

4. Stage five clinger.

He hangs out with all of your friend group and he's just one of those guys where you don't understand how he's around. He gets drunk and always becomes super touchy with girls he doesn't know and every girl makes sure to keep their distance. At the end of the night when you crash on the couch, he's the one who makes sure there was no where else to sleep so he insists you have to share. "I just remembered I had like 50 other things I need to be doing right now instead of trying to sleep..."

5. The anti-social one.


You were friends with this guy in high school and when you moved to Kennesaw he stayed in your hometown. Most of his friends are off at different schools so you’re the next best thing. Luckily, you live super close to home so he still makes sure he has a friend in you. You tell him to come out and hang around your friends, but his super busy schedule doesn’t allow. You see him that night on his snap story bitching about how he's playing Zombies alone.

6. The guy that's better than you.

He asks you to hang out on a Friday night, but you say you can’t because there’s this social you already committed going to. He then resorts to asking if you would be able to go to lunch on Saturday and you tell him there’s a time conflict. The tailgate starts at 12:00pm and of course you couldn't dare be late. You decide to text back and ask if he’ll reschedule. *Crickets*

7. The one that's perfect but not for you.

This guy has got his shit together... from a resumes perspective. He works 30 hours a week, takes a full semester and has time to give attention to and sleep with a different girl every night. His major is known for it’s amazing starting salary and the goals he talks about having for himself and his family make you completely mesmerized by him. The only problem is that he doesn't know how to stick to one woman. You could be the most amazing girl for him and he will still be the one that you're not good enough for. (You're waaaay too good for him, tbh).

8. The wild card.

This is the guy who parties hard, loves hard, talks to women with respect and is so attractive. He is hard to read because he’s nice to everyone so you can’t tell who he is really friends with. He gets along with everyone and every girl wants him but it’s not that easy. He can’t find the right way to balance all the things he wants to do at a time and he cares way too much about people opinions. He’s everything you want and everything you don’t need.

Listen up ladies, we all come across them and we all hate ourselves for falling for them. If you read this and every single type of guy you came across in your head was, “oh my god that’s all totally ________,” it’s time to make a move or a make a change or at least tell them to pick their top two traits and ditch the rest. These men act like boys, but when you find the right one after years of idiots, take a brief, (very brief) moment to reflect on the assholes that brought you to this one.

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