12 Things You Say To Your Roommates After Break
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12 Things You Say To Your Roommates After Break

12 Things You Say To Your Roommates After Break

I have been waiting since the day I left my best friends to be reunited with them. My best friends, my roommates, my soulmates. We all know there's gonna be a lot to catch up on, and we can't wait to make more memories together. Here are just a few things that you have to talk about before you even start to unpack your things.

1. What classes do you have?

We'll be excited about them at first until we get assignments on the first day of classes.

2. We should go get food.

We'll be broke before we know it.

3. Did you meet any boys?

Yes, of course.

4. What'd you get for Christmas?

I got 12 pairs of socks, if you're wondering.

5. I don't want to wake up for class.

I wake up at noon when I'm home so this is gonna be rough.

6. Thank God it's syllabus week.

Life is good. For now.

7. Where are we going out tonight?

I do not miss having to worry about this.

8. I need to ask my family for book money, I'm already broke.

Books should be free. End of story.

9. When do you want to get groceries?

Ramen on more Ramen.

10. My family drove me crazy.

Now they can only harass me by phone.

11. I love your new clothes.

I can't wait to wear that.

12. So our new years resolution is to go the gym right?

Yeah... of course...

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