Literally one of the best TV shows on air, and I am so happy that it was renewed for a tenth season. I watch this all the time. I find that I can relate to all the characters. IF you think that this show is unrealistic then I suggest you jump off a cliff.
I hate how I want to transfer schools because I hate having to be this stressed over something so minor in retrospect to my future goals of becoming a doctor. I think that this has made me fight more with my parents than I have in my past, and I hate that.
I want to have more opportunities with research for medicine, volunteering at hospitals, more club sports, more clubs, more organizations, more people, more of everything that a college has to offer. I want to feel like I belong, and I do not necessarily always feel that way at my school.
I feel that sometimes I am the outsider that doesn’t belong, and I hate that. I want to be loved unconditionally and I want to get to know many people but I feel that I have met a lot because I go to a school with less than two thousand people. I want to have a sense of community a school pride when it comes to being around campus. I never thought that I would say this but I want to go to football games again, like back in high school and be with other school mates and enjoy the time.
I want to be at a place where greek life is more prevalent and accepted rather than the 4 frats and 3 sororities on my campus. I think that there needs to be more because I want a brotherhood because I want to have the male camaraderie and guys that will look out for my through thick or thin and accept me for who I am. I never felt that way with my legitimate brother, so fraternity brother could do better and making me feel unashamed of who I am.
I know that going to a larger school will mean bigger classes, but I think I can handle that and accept it,but I would also be terrified. I think that it would be an adjustment but I think that it will also help me break out of my shell.
Speaking of breaking out of my shell, I think that with thousands of people, I will be able to express myself without having to worry so much about my reputation here. I think that places with bigger schools are going to be more accepting and understanding of my lifestyle.
I want a roommate that is ok with me being gay and actually wants to be friends. I think that every guy that is here would feel “stuck” with me because I am not heterosexual. I want to be able to talk to my roommate, play video games, watch movies, be bros in every sense of the word, but I will never find that here. I want more guy friends because in the past, my being gay has always ruined those friendships, and I want people to see past that and understand that I am just a person that wants to be loved unconditionally no matter what. I want to feel like I matter.
I also would like to date but at my school that is never going to happen because we have a gay population of like 3. I am not even kidding you on that one.
I want to be in more of a city setting or something along the lines of that because I want to be able to get out and do things and have more opportunities for experience. I want more out of college becauseI only get this opportunity once.
Gary - Jordie Shore
This one has floated around for a while, but so worth the repost! Love these 2 guys: Micky and Ajay from Fratpad.com
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