Senior dating freshmen

You've finally gotten through the fears of freshman year and the slump of sophomore status to reach the top of the mountain: upperclassman status. Taste the sweetness of knowing you'll soon be college-bound. Look down from the heights and nod, with greatness and favor, to the small ones below. )AGE 15 You date Scotty, the kid who co-starred in the school's production of "Into the Woods" with you. AGES 16–17 You sit behind Miles Hendricks in calculus and the entire world explodes under the weight of your sexual tension. It would've been perfect if he didn't have an enormous hard-on for Jack's beanstalk the entire time.Second, while you'll still probably wish every day of undergrad that they'll just grow up already, college guys are in a much better place in life than they were two or three years ago, and they're right on the cusp of actual adulthood where sh*t gets real, real fast.College is a cushy pseudo-microcosm of the real world where everyone is your age, and not yet plagued by the soul-crushing realities of the real world and things like student loans, taxes, and week-ruining hangovers.

AGE 22 Whole Foods guy leaves you for a model he checked out (and ) one day.

We can all admit it's probably just the pure proximity of this guy, and subsequent frequency of your interactions, that make him a beckoning blip on your radar.

(The fact that half the time you see him he's half-naked in a towel maneuvering in his muscly glory from the bathroom to his dorm room doesn't hurt either.) Each semester, you hope your class schedule coordinates with his so your chances of face-time (the real world version) in the hall between classes are increased.

Then there are the ones that realise they are not the shit and give proper respect to upperclassmen.

You've signed up for your courses, you've doubled your tuition on textbooks, and you've situated yourself in your brand new dorm (wall decals and all).