When You’re Too Old to Be in College!

Some people choose to continue their studies through college like a diligent student. They get in, register their courses and pass. Some, on the other hand, prefer to take it a little bit slow. Four years can easily be seven years, if you know how to play it. College time cannot be wasted, that’s why you need to get some more of it!

Maybe you don’t intend for it to happen. You get accepted, and you’re just grateful for the opportunity and fate and your government gave you. You know you’re going to spend the rest of your life trying to pay off your tuition, but that doesn’t matter. You know you’re hot and stripping is always an option. And there’s also the chance of getting a proper job with your degree. But first, you’d have to actually get it.

  • First Year as a Freshman:

When you get in college, you’re filled with the hope for a better tomorrow. You’re determined to do your best and get out as soon as possible. But after spending a couple of months, you realize it’s not high school anymore. You get to do whatever you want, and you get to work and earn more money. And suddenly, hanging around school doesn’t seem too bad anymore.

  • Lingering a Little Longer:

Classes graduate, and new ones come to your campus… and you’re still there. Suddenly, your college time starts revolving around saying goodbyes, and welcoming new people. You start looking a bit older than other people. But, hey… it doesn’t matter. You’re a cool dude, and chicks dig cool dudes. You need to be in your place, because out in the real world, you know you’re worth nothing. So, why would leave this god forsaken place?

Some people choose to continue their studies through college like a diligent student. They get in, register their courses and pass. Some, on the other hand, prefer to take it a little bit slow. Four years can easily be seven years, if you know how to play it. College time cannot be wasted, that’s why you need to get some more of it!