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Ramen. The quintessential food staple of the American collegian. Or so says society.

I’d like to note that I have never had even a single bite of Ramen during all my collegiate years and don’t plan to have any later on either.

Instead, some of us college students are capable of legitimate feasts. A dozen and a half of us just had an amazing feast. Those of us in the house (that I’m crashing at this weekend) cooked for like 8 hours today. I made tomato veggie mac n cheese, cranberry walnut stuffing, mashed potatoes, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, and bruschetta.

We had dozens of dishes of all sorts and so much food that we’re having a “eat the leftovers” gathering tomorrow. Just another testament that college students don’t simply sustain themselves on Ramen.

Nom nom nom nom nom.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

This year I’m thankful for amazing friends, new friends and lots of upcoming opportunities, and each and every one of you.

Back to the festivities. Good night! (And get ready for Black Friday!!!)

[Edit 11:51 p.m.]

So what does a bunch of college students do when it’s freezing outside, the TV’s not working, the bottles are empty and there’s really not too much to do in the house?

Paint, apparently.

It’s all about artistic freedom. Viola. A masterpiece.

We used everything from fingers, paintbrushes, blowing, paper towels and hair dryers to make this beauty. Totally could sell this on the streets or by Urban Outfitters for a solid amount.

Clean up time now.