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    11 Reasons College Is The Best Four Years Of Your Life

    I need therapy to cope with the reality that it's actually over.

    1. College just isn't real life. Like, at all.

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    Month-long vacations, living with your best friends, skipping class because you're hungover. NOT. REAL. LIFE.

    2. Time is completely irrelevant.

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    "What are you going to do for the rest of your life?"

    3. Every day is a party.

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    What is this "class" you speak of?

    4. You learn to accept everything and anything.

    5. You make the friends who've got your back for life.

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    Actually, they become more than that — a family.

    6. You get to live in beautiful, exotic places to "study."

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    Wait, that wasn't all a dream?

    7. ...and come back with a million memories to share.

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    Seriously y'all. CAN'T. BE. REAL.

    8. Last night's shenanigans become the best stories to share.

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    9. You bounce back from a weekend of drinking, no problem.

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    Really, though. Post-college, hangovers take on an entirely new meaning.

    10. Being the oldest was actually something that was in your favor.

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    Bow down, freshmen!

    11. ...and the "real world" always seemed years away.

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    I'll get a bottle of the red. Desperate times call for desperate measures.

    Dedicated to Sara Zadrima.

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