Adjective: You become college if you attend college and constantly flaunt your extracurricular partying activities as if you are the only one who does it. These include 'Dave' concerts, binge drinking, drug use, and hooking up. A person who can identify with being college is normally arrogant toward their weekends, and can even be found yelling "college!".
After overhearing the kids talk about how drunk they got at the f'n Dave concert they went to, Eric stated "Jeeze, those kids are pretty college."
by bort April 19, 2005
A place to go where you can hear useless people pontificate on worthless topics. Seriously, all professors went into academia because the real world frightens them. If they actually had to go to a job that helped people or produced a viable product, well, that would just be hard work. I personally think that all professors ought to be replaced with talking sock monkeys.
Fred became a professor at a college because he was too much of an idiot to get a real job.
by alfkowitz November 21, 2007
A place where you go to escape the real world, most likely out of fear. Your first 2 years of college is just a dignified boarding school where you take more classes you can take in high school, then you finally decide what you want to do by junior year when you finally got hit in the head a few times and realize that before your 30 that you should get married and have kids. College is not as spectacular as you think it is . You still got the drama, the jocks, the nerds, just like high school. You have homework just like high school and you still have a chance to act in a play or play a sport just like high school. Where else can you get access to a music production studio or play basketball. Very rare is real life. In high school, you can escape drama by going home to your mommy and daddy. Now you are forced to live with this smelly guy who pukes on your sociology textbook and feeds his math homework to his goats.
College is just high school on jolt. Same thing.
by kyle230 April 21, 2010