Used to describe a group of friends that gather together purely for the enjoyment of each other’s company. The time between visits does not matter, the spirit between them is the same.
Something that I’ve always admired about UCD students: their general gesture to say thank you to the Unitran bus driver—also another student—as they get off their desired stops.
I think bus drivers are people who are easily taken for granted, and it’s nice to know that they are acknowledged in some way.
@myyellls, @leshugitout, @jarvis, @harlow
12 - What do you want to be in the future? I wanna work somewhere in the field of Forensic Science: realistically, not so much a Crime Scene Investigator as a Criminologist, Criminalistics, or a Crime Scene Technician.
34 - Name someone you can’t live without. My brother, Matthew P.
53 - Do you study hard? Not even close.
59 - Have you ever been jealous? Envy- I think its the cardinal sin I’m most guilty of.
I’m eating pizza outside Griffin Lounge, and then this group of potential students and parents walk by with their tour guide. As the group stops to admire the room and hear about the art lounge upstairs, dude in the group comes up to me and asks how the pizza is here.
I like him, dude has priorities.