Dorm Memories Last Forever
who lives in a dorm or has in the past, knows that dorm life has its ups and downs. Some days are great and you wouldn t want to be anywhere else. However, other days you can find yourself wishing you were far, far, away. If you aren't familiar with this type of life style, here is a pretty good idea of what to expect. Dorm Life Is Being part of one big family. Having to sacrifice many luxuries of home, such as bathroom time and living space. Never being lonely. A feeling of security in a relaxed atmosphere Never having to worry about cooking your own food Getting away with being a total slob, unless of course your roommate forbids it. Walking into your room and finding it filled to the ceiling with old crumpled newspapers. Being awakened at 2:00 am by the harsh sound of a fire alarm, forcing you to go outside in twenty degree weather wearing nothing but a nightshirt. Lying around on Friday afternoons watching the
soaps. The familiar sound of stereos playing from funk to classical music. An infinite amount of "pizza nights."
Tiptoeing to your room on box of "goodies" from home, 46
Sunday nights, carrying a hoping that no one sees or
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