26 Songs You'll ALWAYS Hear At A College Girl's Pregame

26 Songs You'll ALWAYS Hear At A College Girl's Pregame, If It's Lit

It's totally lit.

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Basic or not, there are certain songs that just put us in the mood to sing and dance our young hearts out! This playlist has a good combination of songs to get you ready for a night out with the girls.

1. The entire "thank u, next" album by Ariana Grande 

2. "No Hands" by Waka Flocka Flame ft. Wale and Roscoe Dash 

3. "Sucker" by Jonas Brothers 

4. "She Twerkin" by Cash Out 

5. "Money" by Cardi B

6. "Twerk" by City Girls ft. Cardi B

7. "This Feeling" by The Chainsmoker ft. Kelsea Ballerini 

8. "Thotiana" by Blueface 

9. "No Brainer" by DJ Khaled ft. Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and Quavo 

10. "Fergalicious" by Fergie ft. Will.I.Am

11. "Wake Up In The Sky" by Bruno Mars, Gucci Mane and Kodak Black 

12. "F**ck With U" by Pia Mia ft. G-Eazy 

13. "Love Myself" by Hailee Steinfeld 

14. "ZEZE" by Kodak Black ft. Travis Scott and Offset 

15. "Shots" by LMFAO 

16. "ICY GIRL" by Saweetie 

17. "Better Not" by Louis The Child ft. Wafia 

18. "Motor Sport" by Migos ft. Nicki Minaj and Cardi B 

19. "Party In The U.S.A" by Miley Cyrus 

20. "WORKIN ME" by Quavo 

21. "All My Friends" by Snakehips ft. Tinashe and Chance The Rapper 

22. "SICKO MODE" by Travis Scott ft. Drake 

23. "Taste" by Tyga ft. Offset 

24. "Mo Bamba" by Sheck Wes 

25. "Sweet But Psycho" by Ava Max 

26. "Pills And Automobiles" by Chris Brown ft. Kodak Black, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Yo Gotti 

Now, go on and dance the night away!

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Dear Mom and Dad, You Don't Understand What College Is Actually Like In The 21st Century

I can skip class. I can leave early, and I can show up late. But, ya see, I am not doing that.
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College is not what you think it is. I am not sitting in a classroom for six hours listening to a professor speak about Shakespeare and the WW2.

I am not given homework assignments every night and told to hand them in next class.

I do not know my daily grade for each of the five classes I am taking, and I don't know if my professor even knows my name.

College today is a ton different than how it was 20+ years ago.

I go to class for about maybe three hours a day. Most of my time working on "college" is spent outside of the classroom. I am the one responsible for remembering my homework and when my ten-page essay is due.

I can skip class. I can leave early, and I can show up late. But, ya see, I am not doing that. I am a responsible person, even if you do not think I am.

I do get up every morning and drive myself to class. I do care about my assignments, grades, my degree, and my career.

I spend a lot of time on campus having conversations with my friends and relaxing outside.

I am sick of older generations thinking that us millennials are lazy, unmotivated, and ungrateful. While I am sure there are some who take things for granted, most of us paying to get a degree actually do give a s**t about our work ethic.

Dear mom and dad, I do care about my future and I am more than just a millennial looking to just get by.

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'Dad’s Old Number' Is The Perfect Father's Day Song For Everyone Who's Lost Their Dad

The amount of times I've wanted to call his number, but couldn't.

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It's June now and Father's Day is right around the corner. Unfortunately for me, my dad passed away three years ago and this is my fourth Father's Day without him. My dad was my best friend and even though I have other best friends it's not the same.

My dad wasn't just a best friend, he was more like an older twin. And these past few years have been rough without him. I listen to the old songs he loves, especially Skynyrd, but no song has hit me like "Dad's Old Number" by Cole Swindell.

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The song tells of a son who has lost his dad and calls his dad's old number just to have the new owner answer. I still remember my dad's home phone and work number. I honestly have no idea who would answer his old home number but I've met the guy who works in his old office and that's who would answer.

He's actually an old friend of my dad's and one of the last times I visited he gave me some pictures of my dad from the '80s when they worked together back then. It was a simple gift from him but meant so much more to me. There are other numbers in my dad's old office I could call and talk to when I need them because it's like a family and I grew up in that office.

When Cole Swindell calls his dad's old number he asks for the person not to hang up, that he's not selling anything, and didn't know what he was thinking when he called. He further explains that he forgot that the number isn't his lifeline anymore and that every now and then he calls them up, and the one ring hangups.

I haven't gone as far as calling the number but I've thought about it. When life got rough I had a couple of numbers I'd call. My dad wasn't always the best with advice but he was my dad. The other was my granddad who unfortunately passed back in February. And in watching Alabama Softball this past weekend I've just wanted to call and talk to either of them about how they fought hard but still came up short. Or to call and talk about how the Braves are doing. I and my granddad would talk about my daughter but I never got that chance with my dad and I wish I would've.

He ends the song in saying if he finds the right girl or gets that job that there's a good chance that the new owner of the number. For me, I understand because if I'd have called and talked to the person then maybe I would have a relationship with them. It happens all the time and can be good. I just read a story on a grandmother who would call the wrong number thinking it was her grandson and it was some other girl who she now has a grandmother-granddaughter relationship with.

For me, the song definitely gets me in my feels but it's because I know the exact feeling. For anyone who wants to go through with calling their dad's old number, I say go for it. You never know who is going to answer and what they will say. There are still good people out there and who knows it could be someone near you who has lost a dad or a father that has lost a son and it will help both of you. Happy Fathers Day to everyone whether your father is still with you or not.

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