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7 Realizations You'll Have Once You Live With Your Best Friends In College

The thought of living alone freaks you out.

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7 Realizations You'll Have Once You Live With Your Best Friends In College
Rachel Mount

College has brought me the best times with the best people, and every night in or out shows me how lucky I am. Our house is full of different personalities, majors, aspirations and mindsets- but I don't think it would be possible to live with a group of friends I love and trust more.

1. To the outside eye, your group probably seems like the worst

Okay I'll admit it. We're pretty obnoxious when we're together, but I swear it's only with the best intensions.

2. Everything is better when you're together

It doesn't really matter if we're going out or staying in, as long as all of us are there I don't feel the need to be anywhere else.

3. You can't imagine ever living alone

Imagining a world where I walk into the kitchen and my roommates aren't there cooking dinner, or coming home from a late night of studying to a blanket and movie fest is a world I don't want to be part of.

4. Holiday breaks throw you off your element

Why is no one running in the house at 2am? Why is no one using the shower when I want to?! This isn't okay.

5. You know way too much about each other's personal lives

Without realizing it, too. I'll be talking with my roommate about a guy, and I start to think I know more about that guy than he knows about himself.

6. Having house parties makes for the best morning talks

I.e a dog pile of everyone in the living room crying laughing over what happened the night before.

7. Each of you brings something unique to the table

As in we have some late night food smashers, some (unreasonably) early risers, the moms, the sleepless and the reckless. Together, we make a pretty solid bunch.

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