A Bucket List For College Students
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A Bucket List For College Students

A list of things every college kid should do

A Bucket List For College Students

There are millions of college students around the world, each having a different and unique experience from one another. No matter where it is you decide to spend the best four (or more) years of your life, there are some things you absolutely MUST do before you walk the stage for graduation (in no particular order).

1. Skip a class for absolutely no reason

2. Use every single bathroom on campus (except residence halls, duh)

3. Pull an all-nighter before an exam

4. Watch an entire season of a show on Netflix in one sitting

5. Drunk eat a huge slice of pizza

6. Befriend a local deli employee

7. Take a shot of tequila and not throw it up

8. Go out without spending money on anything

9. Sneak some sort of animal or pet in your dorm room

10. Make a friend that lives across the country

11. Eat a pint of ice cream in one sitting

12. Take an Uber that costs more than what you spend that night

13. Keep the same fake ID until you turn 21

14. Accidentally set off the fire alarm in your dorm

15. Have a mental breakdown somewhere random on campus

16. Get a good grade on a test you never studied for

17. Find and stalk one of your professors on social media

18. Change your bed sheets on your own

19. Steal something from a local bar/frat house

20. Spend an entire day in bed

21. Study in another part of the world

22. Take a class simply because you want to, not because you have to

23. Order greasy food at 3:00 in the morning

24. Use the bathroom of the opposite sex at a bar

25. Compliment a random person on campus

26. Join a club or intramural sport

27. Wash, dry, fold, and put away your laundry all in the same day

28. Shotgun a beer

29. Become friends with a bouncer

30. Have a job on campus

31. Attend a school sporting game or event

32. Watch the sunrise with your friends

33. Win a game of beer pong at a frat party

34. Make friends that you'll have forever

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