23 Ways You Know You Went To College In Boston
Love that dirty water. Oh, and beer.
There were at least three people in your morning class with a Dunkin' Donuts cup.
Going to a basement party in Allston was a rite of passage.
There's a good chance your senior week consisted of going to a Red Sox Game.
You've definitely been to the St. Paddy's day parade in Southie...
... And you probably showed up after it was over or you were too drunk to remember most of it.
Getting discounted tickets to sports games was one of your college's biggest perks.
You know that "The game's on," means you're drinking, whether you like sports or not.
If you've been to a Harvard or MIT party, you know they do a hell of a lot more than just study.
You've probably peed in public somewhere...
... And you might have thrown up on the T, too.
The inner tourist in you can't help but stop and listen to the live music in Faneuil Hall.
Your freshman year of college you probably went skating at Frog Pond or on a duck boat tour.
And you probably waited in line for Mike's Pastry.
If you went out to the Fenway bars, you've drunkenly eaten one (or five) late night sausages.
Your broke ass probably hit up Coogan's for dollar drafts on Thursday.
You know that dating is a lot easier when there are about 20 other schools within walking distance to cross-pollinate with.
If you were in college when the late night T service started, you know it was a game changer for going out.
You saved eating out in the North End for those wonderful visits from your parents.
You've definitely snuck onto the T one way or another.
You've probably picked up furniture/gifts/things you don't need during September 1 (renter's Christmas).
You know that if it's above 60 degrees, you're walking home after you go out.
God forbid a sports team won a series during your time in college, because you probably weren't sober for days.
And finally, you know that Boston is the greatest city in the world – well, when it's above 20 degrees.
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