39 Things You'll Only Understand If You Went To Oxford University
Hilary? Who's Hilary?
It didn't take you long to start finding the incredible scenery you were surrounded by pretty standard.
And for dining in hall to stop feeling like Hogwarts and start feeling like home.
When you first arrived people kept talking about Hilary, which confused you.
You spent countless afternoons watching the world go by outside the KA.
Of course, drinking in the Turf felt equally indulgent.
You never made it to Green Templeton.
And, despite hearing it was beautiful, you never trekked to St Hugh's either.
Your libraries were pretty enough to make working tolerable.
But getting to the library was always a struggle because tourists insisted on blocking your path.
You had a minor freak-out at Prelims but, looking back, they were child's play.
You had the same reaction every time someone told you they were "pretty big in the Union".
You cared about rowing for one day a year.
Although you probably watched Summer VIIIs bumps too.
Besides, punts are better than rowing boats.
You've had at least one lonely lunch in the SSL cafe.
And contemplated life while wandering around Christchurch Meadow.
You know what "sconsing" is.
You weren't surprised when Arzoo (née Jamal's) was given the "lowest possible" hygiene rating by the Council.
You emoted all over your staircase crush at a college Bop.
This was where all good nights out started.
And they ended on the cheese floor of Park End.
Followed by a trip to Hassan's.
Strolling effortlessly into Bridge "VIP" made you feel like this.
The prices in Anuba just made you want to drink more.
You have fond memories of the days of Fuzzy Ducks at the O2.
And you're familiar with the feeling of sweat dripping onto you from Babylove's dance floor ceiling.
You've witnessed countless first dates at the Missing Bean.
Fifth-week blues were very real.
You spent three years in an "essay crisis".
Your main aim at any college ball was to get your money's worth.
You partied on May Day until the 6am singers at the top of Magdalen Tower came out.
Losing your bod card was basically the apocalypse.
You have incredibly strong legs after thee years of cycling.
Your porters became your parents away from home.
Your tute partner either became your best friend or your arch nemesis.
And your scout just saw way too much of you.
You were never allowed to put on your mortar board, and wondered what would happen if you did.
Trashing people was the best way to celebrate the end of your exams.
And a small part of you will probably always miss those spires.
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