College teaches kids many things — like philosophy, calculus and, most importantly, how to get by with little to no money.
Cooking a meal is/was more like microwaving Cup Noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
When your roommate’s parents visit you try to act interested in meeting them, but you really just want them to buy you lunch.
Getting fast food when you can finally afford McDonald’s, you take advantage and stock up on extra napkins and ketchup packets for later.
Buying alcohol you buy the $9 whiskey that tastes like dirt, but you will drink every bit of it. That is, if you are 21, of course.