This the sequel to my previous post. Like I said there to introduce the post, summer is almost over, I’m going back to school, blah blah blah. This list is going to be the ten things I missed about Ann Arbor/the University of Michigan.
That save a lot of typing and creative thinking. I should do all my intros like that. Oh wait, that’s lame.
10. No Thai. Of all the restaurants that I frequent in the AA area this is the one I love the best. Amazing Thai food, hole-in-the-wall atmosphere, plus speedy delivery and easy online ordering. They even include the chopsticks. What more can you want?
9. Libraries. This sounds really nerdy but hear me out. Some of the libraries on campus are awesome. Take the Law Library, for example. I wish I had more homework just so I had the excuse to go there more. It’s like studying in the Hogwarts Great Hall. Probably because the Law Quad was actually considered as a set for the Harry Potter movies. Win. Read the rest of this entry
Well, ladies and gents, the end of the summer is almost upon us. That means heading back to school for another year of sleeping through classes and pulling all-nighters at the libraries. This type of lifestyle I simply call “College Nocturnal.”
As awesome of a life as that is, there will be many things that I miss about my hometown that I’ve grown to love again during my four months back. Counting down, here they are.
10. My own bathroom. While I don’t really mind sharing a bathroom with a whole hall of other kids, mostly because then I don’t have to clean it, it is nice to be able to have some privacy. By ‘some privacy’ I of course mean ‘the ability to walk around naked if I so choose.’
9. Not having to wear flip-flops in the shower. This one ties into the item above. I’m of the opinion, as I’m sure most people are, that no article of clothing should be worn in the shower. To do so is just wrong. Flip-flops, while they protect my feet from the gross shower floor, are obnoxious.
8. Video games. For a lot of people this would be higher on their list. For me I won’t really miss actually playing the games, but I will miss the feeling of ‘I have literally nothing better to do right now’ that comes with using your free time to shoot terrorists on a TV. Read the rest of this entry