The 21 Stages Of Going Out, As Told By Ryan Gosling's Gorgeous Face
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The 21 Stages Of Going Out, As Told By Ryan Gosling's Gorgeous Face

Forget college, I'm getting a degree in "Friday Night Pre-Game Coordination."

The 21 Stages Of Going Out, As Told By Ryan Gosling's Gorgeous Face

There is a lot more planning, coordinating, and exhausting effort that goes into a "night out" than first meets the eye. It's more of a process than an action. All college students get it - going out is a struggle that, sometimes, just isn't worth the physical and mental exertion. Nevertheless, we always make it happen.

Here are the 21 stages of going out, as told by the most beautiful man in the world.

1. Laying in bed, contemplating if it's really worth it to get up.

2. Remembering that you have severe FOMO.

3. Rallying your friends.

4. Deciding on what to wear is stressful af.

5. Figuring out plans with friends who have no idea how to properly communicate.

6. Realizing that you should've just stayed in bed.

7. Going out anyways.

8. Becoming best friends with your Uber driver.

9. Starting to feel yourself in the bar.

10. Going from ~tipsy~ to HAMMERED reallllll quick.

11. When your song comes on.

12. When your OTHER song comes on.

13. Running into your ex...

14. ...and then seeing who they're hooking up with.

15. Finding a new best friend.

16. Avoiding gross dudes at the bar.

17. Watching your friends make some regrettable decisions.

18. But also encouraging them to make regrettable jumping into the pool at Recess.

19. Somehow ending up singing karaoke.

20. Going to McDonald's and eating your bodyweight in nuggets.

21. Going to bed and forgetting all of those embarrassing Snapchats that you posted on your story until it's too late.

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