But never ever had we ever felt specially unique.

But never ever had we ever felt specially unique.

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I became barely halfway through my 2nd semester at Barnard whenever a TA became the major figure in the majority of my sexual fantasies. Needless to say, this in no way rendered me unique. TAs are the age-old mascots of undergraduate dream, icons of conquest for university students’ bucket lists, and a character that is recurring team-building games of “not have I Ever.”

Despite having used and been accepted to wait Columbia in the presumption of a definite, individual share to academia, we considered myself an unremarkable pupil at most readily useful. I experienced no fact that is interesting share in icebreakers, no salacious tales for frat-party fodder. I became yet another first-year with another hopeless crush on another hot TA.

Within my individual iteration with this classic pipedream, We imagined us wining, dining, and opining from the nature associated with body and mind in some nondescript Italian restaurant. Continue reading “But never ever had we ever felt specially unique.”