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13 Life Lessons You Can Only Learn At College

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1. The top criteria for friendship is vicinity.

Everyone is just as lazy as you are.
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Everyone is just as lazy as you are.

2. Keeping your bath products in the shower is a privilege, not a right.

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Same goes for showering barefoot. Those were the days...

3. No matter what you need, the Internet has the answer.

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Don't cite random wikis, but definitely use random wikis.

4. Laundry is the Eighth Circle of Hell.

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And you can say that because you've "read" Dante's Inferno.

5. You won't realize your actual thesis statement until you start writing the conclusion paragraph.

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Sup, better argument? So glad you could make it!

6. The later you eat something, the less its calories count.

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Sixth meal, anyone?

7. Using hot sauce basically gives you a minor in culinary arts.

You're so gourmet.
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You're so gourmet.

8. Theme parties may come and go, but the glory of a good costume is forever.

Creativity points = the only points.
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Creativity points = the only points.

9. If it exists, it can be worn as a hat.

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A good photo is all about the accessories.

10. Dance like everyone's watching, because they are.

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Thanks, internet.

11. Talk to your family a lot...

By "family," we mean "dog."

12. ...but know that you'll talk to your roommates more.

13. And when people say you'll have your college friends forever, believe them.

BFFs for life. <3
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BFFs for life. <3

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