Thoughts Every Freshman In College Has As Told By 'Step Brothers'
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Thoughts Every Freshman In College Has As Told By 'Step Brothers'

Nobody could have narrated our freshman year thoughts better than the Step Brothers themselves.

Thoughts Every Freshman In College Has As Told By 'Step Brothers'

Whether you're currently a freshman experiencing these things or a senior reminiscing, you've had these thoughts. Nobody could have said it better than the Step Brothers themselves:

When you meet a drunk girl in the bathroom at a party and she compliments your shirt:

When your professor tries to tell a joke:

When you realize your roommate isn't too bad after all:

When that creepy guy in your hall doesn't get the hint that you aren't interested:

After you eat dinner at the dining hall and remember you have an assignment to do:

When you get an A in your government class:

When your roommate makes fun of your singing in the shower:

When you go home and see your sibling for the first time in months:

When you're stuck in your dorm on a Thursday night doing homework:

When your roommate comes home drunk and wakes you up:

When you hear your elective class requires you to write a 20-page research paper:

When you get invited to your first frat party:

When your mom doesn’t answer her phone during your weekly breakdown:

When you hear someone bragging about how much they drink:

Arriving to your first week of college:

After rearranging your dorm:

When your friend thinks a guy is cute but so do you:

When you finally get to eat something other than dining hall food, but the waitress brings you the wrong meal:

Playing a serious joke on your roommate:

So thank you, "Step Brothers," for comically narrating our freshman years and for saying the things we often think but cannot always say.

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