Being the kind of person that we actually do want to become — because as we all know, it’s inevitable.
You are kind but straightforward about your intentions– you don’t leave people questioning or hanging, and you certainly don’t use people for your own selfish desires.
Family parties are infinitely more entertaining when you have a group of you that can retreat from the holiday madness and just hang out and/or observe your hilarious relatives who never fail to live up to their dysfunctional reputations.
That the worst part of it all is probably watching your friends go and having campus feel empty and weird without them.
“Which one of you is the boy?”
Someone with whom we just “click.” Someone who we’d still be friends with even if the romantic element were gone.
Cry when you leave your campus job and do all kinds of sentimental “award” things and goodbye speeches for people. Make some more statuses about your disbelief.
You have an affinity for blue fun tack, laminating things and Mr. Sketch markers.
You keep g-chat perpetually on “off the record.”