1. People often mistook you as saying “Florida” when you told them where you went to school. Eventually, you stopped correcting them.
2. You judged people on where they lived freshman year.
Queens kids were straight-edge nerds, Hughes kids partied 24/7, Tierney kids were a weird cult, and you couldn’t tell North or South apart unless you lived there. (These stereotypes were accurate maybe half the time.)
24. Security alerts were a regular topic of conversation.
27. You lived for spring weekend.
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