After a long semester of hard exams, constant homework, and trying to keep up with work, a social life, and extracurricular clubs on the side--winter break is much need for all and any college students. So what exactly happens to college students over winter break when they have no responsibilities, no obligations, and no assignments (minus the fact that some of us still do have work)? Check out this interview with a fellow college student for all the answers:
Q: What time do you wake up?
A: Unless I set an alarm, usually around noon.
Q: What is the first thing you do when you wake up?
A: I go downstairs and watch Netflix (The Office or Friends).
Q: Do you eat, breakfast and if so, what?
A: Not usually, but Christmas cookies or chocolate chip waffles if I do.
Q: What do you do when you spend the day at home?
A: I cuddle with my dog and watch Legally Blonde. I also take naps and play on my phone.
Q: How much money do you have to spend this break after the semester?
A: $23. That's after buying Christmas gifts, but enough to buy some alcohol.
Q: What time is the first time you leave the house during the day (if you do not work)?
A: After dinner.
Q: What do you do when you go out?
A: Drift in the snow, walk around Walmart, go to Bdubs and McDonalds.
Q: Are there any good parties here?
A: Nope. I miss college.
Q: Are you looking forward to next semester?
A: Oh definitely--syllabus week.
Q: What do you not miss about college?
A: Cold showers and bad food.
Q: What do you miss about college?
A: The parties, the atmosphere, the friends I've made.