>start at new school
>first week is bonding/learning to know each other type of thing
>get paired up with a fat girl
>have to write a half a page about her and present to class
>she has to do the same about me
>she goes first
>within 1 minute she tells me how she got sexually abused as a kid by her family
>all these really personal details and traumas
GOD DAMMIT WHY ARE WOMEN SO FUCKING INSANE
>have to write a page about someone else and read it
This doesn't actually happen at college right?
>in random class, picking groups of 3 for project today
>normally a qt with no friends sits next to me
>figure I can ask her to be in my group
>she doesn't show up
>panic, no idea who to ask now
>a couple groups of two are looking for a third member
>out of nowhere two average looking girls turn and ask "do you wanna be in our group"
>try to play it cool but end up being beta saying "yeah, sure"
Does this mean I get to be Chad now? It at least means I don't look too creepy, right?
How is saying 'yeah sure' beta? Seems like a prettt neutral response.
Either way you're obviously somewhat handsome if you're getting those types of offers. If you were ugly, they wouldn't ask you to be in their group.
worst thing is the constant throw togethers and parties they keep invidint everyone to.
>dont ever go
>everyone gets on my ass for not hanging out wiht them
>fuck it go to one
>it ends in DUDE WEED LMAO
>weird kid ends up crying and telling how his stepdad almost killed him
>some slut grabs me by the dick
>went straight home after that because it was too weird for me
I go to community college at night. A couple of classes had a brief introduction thing where they go around the room and you just say what your name is, what your major is, simple shit like that. I don't mind it, but I know that some people get anxious with shit like that.
In the one required communications class I took, we had to do something like OP described. That particular course had group work every class, and unfortunately for you, COM101 is a requirement in most places.
In general though, night classes aren't so bad because everyone tends to be a little older (early-mid 20s mostly, with a few people in their 30s and 40s, I'm 24 myself), so no one has that high school mentality. No one will even remember what you say on the first day of class, because honestly no one gives a shit.
There's also less and less of that kind of stuff once you get past the basic 101 courses and basic humanities requirements.
That's community college though, maybe university is different.
>No one will even remember what you say on the first day of class, because honestly no one gives a shit.
For the most part, this is true. But I'm weird and I frequently think about these things. I remember people's introductions from several semesters ago. My favorite was:
>professor: what's your favorite place in the state?
>awkward asian girl: I don't go outside much
>asian girl immediately drops the class and never comes back
I laughed at her but I felt bad too because I could tell her anxiety was bad and it made her say a very stupid thing. My introduction was bad, but hers was so much worse that I think everyone forgot about mine.