21.

Your host, travel buddies, and foreign friends will forever hold a soft spot in your heart

20.

And as a result you sometimes dream of “abroad reunions” 

19.

You no longer take the beautiful English language for granted

 18.

You can confirm magical places do in fact exist 

17.

Coming back to “the states” has made you tremendously more adventurous. And your friends have noticed

16.

You feel modernly cultured having been to the Museu Picasso, Sistine Chapel, The Louvre, and many more

15.

You have a new love for crepes, gelato, and doner kebab’s


14.

You became an advocate to the underclassmen 

13.

You refer to the U.S. as, “the states” 

12.

You’ve altered your appearance a bit. Whether that be a new haircut, dress, or tattoo

11.

Re-identifying with American culture took some time to adjust to. And as a result, you questioned if the Americans are doing it right

10.

You missed indulging in cheap college wine and no “open container laws” 

9.

But you rightfully enjoyed that wine because you’re 18 and legal

8.

You have albums upon albums of delicious meals

7.

And enough #TBT’s to last two lifetimes

6.

Traveling doesn’t intimidate you anymore

5.

Your Instagram game took a massive hit upon your return 

4.

Trying to convert exchange rates in your head caused a great deal of head pain 

3.

Your dreams of a selfie with the Mona Lisa were rejected. But you tried to get a Beyonce-like type of photo anyways

2.

When you said “Europe”, you were referring to Germany, France, Italy, Spain, or England

1.

Oh yea, and you didn’t actually get around to the “study” part 😉

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