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[23:47] <kesha> PENNSATUCKY PLEASE CURE ME OF THESE UNCLEAN THOUGHTS
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If they make you do all that stuff, why do so many people change their names when they get married. It sounds like a hassle that a lot of people would probably want to skip.
Not looking forward to having to change my legal name now. It's enough of a pain in the butt just unofficially changing it.
I'm sure it wasn't as big of a hassle up until very recently (as far as humanity's timeline is concerned), it's traditional to take the last name of your spouse, so people still like to do it.
I'm probably not going to change mine, but I also can't even marry so it's not a huge priority anyway.
confession #142 take your dog to the vet god damn i'm sorry his illness is a minor inconvenience for you but make sure the dog is ok
i don't want to live through winteri can't stand to see everything ending
ehh. living with someone you dislike can be a great learning experience for sure as long as it's not too terrible. like for example my soph year roommate who i didnt like i would say it was good bc i learned to deal with her **** without going insane. someone like my jr year roommate tho.. shes just insane and youre better off without that kind of experience.
but yea. living on campus is good. there will pretty much never be another time in your life when you will be so close with so many other people and be able to make friends as easily. hell i regret not living in the dorms even tho i did live on campus, just in apartments instead.
[21:03] <+Skiks> ellie is out of context
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[21:04] <+Skiks> the experience
i can't wait to move into my dorm tbh. they're going to walk in, immediately see messiah carey's lovely ethereal beauty posing right at them and immediately about face to make sure they're not living with this nut. but i plan on being friendly, nice and accommodating. my only fear so far is that i have a lot of local friends and i don't necessarily want to overwhelm them with an already pretty bustling social life. i don't want to be that fool keeps people up.
applauseroommate horror stories. totally in your right if you don't wanna share some, but the way you describe your junior roommate just. omg. just how insane was she? i had a dorm mate briefly that was ... idk. a vampire tbh. he was up at the exact opposite hours i was up, rarely talked, and spend most of his time brooding with people, silently typing away at his computer with a blank look on his face or reading robert frost poems. it always unsettled me and, despite my initial attempts to converse with him, he didn't actually reply to anything beyond a sentence or expression until two weeks later where he asked to borrow my shampoo because he ran out.
and i never saw him or that shampoo again cause he switched in with one of his bloodnectardrinking friends, i guess. more power to him but god damn it do i miss my waterfall collections.
there's a lot of merit even if it does come with a lot of negatives. sometimes you learn the most about yourself and how to deal with situations that will come up (that you dislike) by interacting with people that annoy the hell out of you.Originally Posted by jb
I will go to parties and ****, I'll get involved in the university I just won't have to live with living in the dorms. I don't wanna be that weirdo who seals himself off from everyone lol
Honestly It's probably a bit better to commute to school if possible. It is really fun to live on campus, but it can double your tuition. Having a ****-ton more debt isn't exactly great, especially with all the issues of education costs these days.
I know on my campus there isn't even much of a social reason to live on campus. The place is dead on the weekends and a ton of people commute anyway.They are trying to be a more residential campus , but it doesn't help that it has booted out a lot of people who they promised housing. You can probably have the same amount of a social life without needing to pay the insane costs for housing.
So it also depends on the kind of school you go to. The divide between residential students and commuter studentscan effect how much of a social hit you take by living off campus, if any.
Lots of advice by extroverts for extroverts. There's a whole 'nother way of relating to the world.
"What's it gonna be? I don't know. But maybe along the way, you take my hand, tell a few jokes, and have some fun. C'mon, pal. You're not afraid, are ya?"
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I am sure some people might still prefer to keep to themselves even if they are comfortable around people too. Of course that is pretty easy to do even when living in a dorm room,.