12. Eventually, you’ll get tired of every. single. person. asking how your first year was.
And you’ll develop a precise answer, which you’ll have to repeat at least 20 times to your family members, your friends’ family members, and random acquaintances.
13. It’ll take you a couple of weeks to get used to being around your highschool friends, who have all these new inside jokes and stories that you don’t understand.
It doesn’t mean you love them any less, but it’s just a little weird that you all don’t know everything and everyone in each others’ lives.
14. You’ll be forced to do all the chores you were able to escape for the past semester.
You know that comfy bed you get to sleep in? Yeah, you have to make that up. But you always did that in college anyway, right? (Ok, maybe you just told your parents that…)
16. Which means you’ll have to get a job.
And not some sort of cool internship either. You’re probably going to be stuck way down on the bottom of the work totem pole. Because awesome internships that are both exciting and look good on a resume normally don’t pay very well and are VERY hard to get.
18. Hopefully, you brought your car with you to college and you’re not driving for the first time in 4 months.
But you’ll probably get back into the groove after having several close calls with the police (who are far less lenient than campus police when it comes to speeding).
- "Moonlight" won Best Picture at the Oscars, but they accidentally gave it to "La La Land" first 😳
- Philip Bilden, the businessman nominated by President Trump to be secretary of the Navy, has withdrawn himself from consideration.
- Actor Bill Paxton has died at 61. He starred in classics including "Twister" and "Titanic."
- The Nokia brick phone is making a comeback — it's been reimagined with a colored screen, but the game Snake hasn't gone anywhere 🐍📲