'We're Just Out Here Trying Our Best,' And 14 Other Thoughts We Have While Walking Around Campus
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'We're Just Out Here Trying Our Best,' And 14 Other Thoughts We Have While Walking Around Campus

May God help us college students.

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As a college student, you will definitely have a lot of things to think about. You meet so many new people and make so many new friends it is almost enough to make a person go insane. You also get to deal with countless other things, and while you walk to your next class, or simply to a friends dorm here are some thoughts you may have.

1. I am definitely going to get hit with a car

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2. Why is everyone driving so fast?

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3. What is the Dinning Hall having today?

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4. I just failed that exam/test/midterm/quiz.

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5. I Aced that exam/test/midterm/quiz!

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6. Maybe I should switch my major..

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7. Man I'm too broke for this.

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8. Oh! Its that one kid from my one class!

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9. Remember that one really awkward thing you did last semester? Yeah everyone probably still remembers that.

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10. I should be studying for that test coming up...oh well!

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11. My legs hurt from all this walking

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12. Who needs leg day when you live on the top floor with no elevator?

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13. I need coffee, ASAP!

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14. Man, that one Professor gets on my nerves 

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15. Hit me with your car, I dare you.

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