14 Things Every College Girl Thinks When She Goes Out, Told Best By Todd Chrisley

14 Things Every College Girl Thinks When She Goes Out, Told Best By Todd Chrisley

We have all thought at least one of these things when we go out, for whatever reason it maybe.

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We have all gone out with our friends at least once right whether it is as the DD or the life of the party, and during that journey we have had at least one of these thoughts and who else better to explain these thoughts than the one and only Todd Chrisley.

1. "I know that eating leaves and grass is supposed to make me feel good, but it doesn't make me feel full. And that's an issue"

Let's be real all we want is a burger right about now, not a salad.

2. "People in Hell want ice water. Doesn't mean they're getting it"

For the 10,000,000 time I am not giving you my number.

3. "Take a step back and get a tic tac" 

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That one boy who gets wayyy too close and his breath smells like a mixture of smoke and alcohol.

4. "Ignorance I can fix. Stupid is forever"

When your one friend has had wayyy too much to drink after they swore yesterday they were never drinking again.

5. "Class not ass" 

You know who I am talking about, there is always one girl with more skin showing than clothes on.

6. "If they have a penis I don't trust them"

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7. "I am gonna go before I lose whatever religion I got left in my body"

When that one friend has been testing you all night and they refuse to listen to you.

8. "Let me give you a tip, don't be a douchebag"

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Every girl to every drunk boy who was rude while trying to pick up girls.

9. "Just because someone looks good doesn't mean they are good for you. Spoiled milk is still white"

Looks are not everything, don't go home with someone just cause they're cute.

10. "Just cause it zips doesn't mean it fits"

We are all about body positivity but don't cut off your circulation.

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11. "Stop your stupid"

Again you'll probably say this to yourself when your one friend is out of control.

12. "I don't like you sometimes, but I love you always"

We all feel like this at some point about our friends when we are out.

13. "I drink a lot of Coke to make sure I stay hydrated. I hate water"

When you are the DD and you need something besides just water to get you through the night.

14. "Work it"

You know what I mean, whether you're hyping up your friends or just see a girl out who has the best outfit.

A night out in a college town is definitely different than going out in your hometown. So, tell all your friends to come visit — they will enjoy every minute!

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To The Defeated Nursing Major, You'll Rise

You'll rise because every single day that you slip on your navy blue scrubs and fling your pretty little stethoscope around your neck, the little girl that you once were with the dream of saving lives someday will be silently nudging you to keep going.

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You will have weeks when you are defeated. Some mornings you won't be able to get out of bed and some days you won't be able to stop crying enough to go to class. You'll feel like nobody understands the stress that you are under, and you have absolutely nobody to talk to because they either don't get it or are dealing with their own meltdowns. There will be weeks that you want to change your major and give up on the whole thing. But, you'll rise.

You will miss football games, concerts, and nights out with the girls. There will be stretches of two or more weeks you'll go without seeing your mom, and months where you have to cancel on your best friend 4+ times because you have too much studying to do. There will be times where no amount of "I'm sorry" can make it up to your little brother when you miss his big football game or your grandparents when you haven't seen them in months. But, you'll rise.

You will have patients who tell you how little they respect nurses and that you won't be able to please no matter how hard you try. You will have professors who seem like their goal is to break you, especially on your bad days. You will encounter doctors who make you feel like the most insignificant person on the planet. You will leave class some days, put your head against your steering wheel and cry until it seems like there's nothing left to cry out. But, you'll rise.

You will fail tests that you studied so hard for, and you will wing some tests because you worked too late the night before. You will watch some of the smartest people you've ever known fail out because they simply aren't good test takers. You will watch helplessly as your best friend falls apart because of a bad test grade and know that there is absolutely nothing you can do for her. There will be weeks that you just can't crack a smile no matter how hard you try. But, you'll rise.

You'll rise because you have to — because you've spent entirely too much money and effort to give up that easily. You'll rise because you don't want to let your family down. You'll rise because you're too far in to stop now. You'll rise because the only other option is failing, and we all know that nurses do not give up.

You'll rise because you remember how badly you wanted this, just 3 years ago as you were graduating high school, with your whole world ahead of you. You'll rise because you know there are people that would do anything to be in your position.

You'll rise because you'll have one patient during your darkest week that'll change everything— that'll hug you and remind you exactly why you're doing this, why this is the only thing you can picture yourself doing for the rest of your life.

You'll rise because every single day that you slip on your navy blue scrubs and fling your pretty little stethoscope around your neck, the little girl that you once were with the dream of saving lives someday will be silently nudging you to keep going.

You'll rise because you have compassion, you are selfless, and you are strong. You'll rise because even during the darkest weeks, you have the constant reminder that you will be changing the world someday.

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32 Thoughts And Actions EVERY Hungover College Girl Has And Does The Morning After

"What time is it? Where's my phone? How the heck did I get home?"

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So, you went out last night and you had one too many drinks.

Sure, you promised yourself and your friends that you were only going to have "like two drinks" because you "have to be up early the next day."

That ~may~ have been your intention but you got to the party and there was free juice and beer, you started playing stack cup (a game you're REALLY not great at) which led to flip cup (also not your strongest suit), and you saw your ex from Sigma Apple Pi with his new girl and against your better judgment, instead of leaving the situation, your already intoxicated self decided to down two extra shots "for liquid courage" to go and confront that little playboy. Right as you tap him on the shoulder, you blackout.

The next thing you know, it's morning. And now you're hungover.

But don't feel bad! We've all had those mornings. The morning where you might have a few of the following thoughts...

1. "Ugh who turned on the sun"

2. "What time is it? Where's my phone? How the heck did I get home?"

3. *Tries to get up*

"Whoa, nope there's a 10-pound brick in my head"

4. *Phone is on 4%* *groans*

5. *Opens phone to find 13 missed calls, 29 text messages, and 18 unopened Snapchats*

"Oh. No. No, no, no, no who did I talk to? Did I talk to my ex???"

6. *Sees full but illiterate conversation with four different people including your ex* "NOOOOOOO"

7. "Why is my Snap story literally 5 minutes long? Who's that in it? Am I wall twerking???"

8. *Starts deleting snap story*

9. "OK. On the count of three, get up... one, two, two and a half, three"

10. *Finally gets up and immediately gets nauseous*

"That was a mistake"

11. *Runs to the bathroom*

12. *Throws up in the toilet for a solid 9 heaves while head is still pounding*

13. *Looks in the mirror to see last nights makeup smudged all over your face and your once-cute outfit covered in blood stains, mud, and dried alcohol*

14. "I'm a garbage person"

15. *Stumbles to the kitchen for water and Advil*

16. Roommate who has her life together: "Oh good, you're alive"

Well, kind of.

17. *Grumble something about never drinking again as you down the pills and about eight glasses of water*

18. You to everyone you went out with: "What the heck happened last night?"

19. *Gets 14 different versions of what you did last night*

20. *Tries to piece together how the rest of the night went*

21. "I booty called WHO???"

Mistakes were made.

22. "I gotta drop out of school now"

23. *Dry heaves another four times*

24. "God, why me?"

25. *Cancel any and all plans for the rest of the day in order to recover*

26. *Takes another Advil*

27. *Hangover shower*

28. "I'm never drinking again"

Roommates: "You say that every time you get drunk"

29. *Searches for munchies but only have healthy food*

30. *Goes to McDonald's or your local bagel shop and orders enough food to feed three people*

31. *Eats every single bite*

32. *Does the same exact thing the next weekend*

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