I had an epiphany the other day while watching the movie, She's the Man. You know the movie, Amanda Bynes pretends to be a boy in order to prove to everyone that girls can play soccer just as well as boys. Classic romantic comedy, where Channing Tatum is shirtless a lot and is super-duper attractive pretty much the entire duration
Well as I was watching the movie, I realized that this movie is currently describing my college life at the moment (minus Channing Tatum falling in love with me of course).
When people ask me why I haven't started studying for my exam tomorrow.
When my roommates ask me to go on a run with them.
Me trying to talk to my campus crush.
When my parents remind me to eat my vegetables.
When my philosophy professor tells me that our final will be cumulative.
When my guy friends ask if they are dateable.
When there is free food on campus.
When I ace a midterm I thought I failed.
When the one person I actually know in a class won't give me their notes.
When your friends ask to hang out the whole weekend
When my biology professor asks me a question.
When my jam comes on at a party...or just anywhere.
So here's to a classic, must watch at least once a month movie. Here's to ten years and perfectly describing my college life.
Also, it looks like I am not alone in thinking that She's The Man is pretty accurate. Check out this other article that shows how Viola Hastings really is all of us.