Bianca Bitches: Things to do now that you have your life back

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Bianca Bitches: Things to do now that you have your life back

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Congratulations to all those graduating! Good luck and pleasant journeys, all your hard work and dedication has paid off and you can now walk down that good ole path called, “thanks for the money now get the hell off my campus.”

Now that you have been given the boot and awaiting entry into the next institution of higher learning, you have found yourself with free time.

“Whatever shall I do with all this free time?” you may ask yourself.

The answer is do whatever the hell you want as long as it doesn’t involve you getting in trouble with the law.

Don’t throw all your hard work and acceptance into a university away just because you wondered what it was like to get a DUI.

Take a trip to a place you have always wanted to visit in America, it’s considerably cheaper, in close proximity and gives off more of an intimate “On the Road” atmosphere than traveling to Europe.

Besides why do you want to travel all the way to Italy to see a marble version of a penis when you can go to San Francisco and see an actual penis in the flesh?

Another way to enjoy summer break before you officially sell your soul back to academia is go to a concert or a festival.

These type of adventures are memorable experiences that will supply you with stories, whether good or bad, to tell your new classmates.

Have a blast watching your favorite musicians without having to worry about taking an exam the next day.

Don’t bypass local fests or events, such as Cinespia, which incorporates the general public’s obsession with morbidity and cult classic movies, such as “Alien” and “Spirited Away.”

Echo Park Rising is a free music festival in Los Angeles that enlists the musical talents of local artists and bands, it’s a fun and easy way to support local musicians and get free entertainment.

If are allergic to large groups of people, there a couple of activities you can do on your own.

Get a tattoo, if you are the tattoo type, add to your body journal now that you have the time.

Go to the beach and act out your favorite scenes from “Jaws.”

You can also go on a hike and flirt with heat stroke while exploring nature and working out those hamstrings.

If none of my suggestions tickle your fancy, then go on to Google or social media and find out what the millennials are doing with their summer.

Whatever you decide to do with your summer life, make sure you stay safe, don’t resort to hooliganism, lather yourself up with sunscreen and enjoy the summer before you reluctantly put on the shackles of the tireless academics.

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