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Man Somehow Doesn't Know How 'Psychology' Can Be A College Major—And Ruins His Chances At Love

By Mustafa Gatollari

If I could go back and do it all over again, I probably wouldn't have gone to college. Either that or I would've gone about it much, much differently.

First off, I wouldn't have started off majoring in business to make my father happy, and I would've re-applied to my first choice school like my original interviewer suggested, instead of just comfortably staying in the university I wound up at.

I definitely would've taken my major more seriously and not just settled for the fact that I could easily "pass" classes and give the teacher what they wanted instead of actually fighting to give myself an education that made me happy. I know, idealistic, youthful, cheesy stuff, but what's wrong with cheese? Cheese is awesome. I would've definitely walked around campus more with my group of multi-ethnic friends while posing for the university mailer pamphlet, too.

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Because I didn't work hard enough to forge a direction for myself early on, I am always super impressed with people who know or at least seem to know what career they want to pursue from a young age.

Which is why this Snapchat conversation between two people who seem to be in the nascient stages of getting to know each in a romantic capacity is so hilarious, because they couldn't possibly be more polar opposites.