When I was in junior high school, there was a vocational and technical school next to the school. We would meet a lot of people in this school after school. What impressed me most was that both men and women would smoke and spit. The high school class teacher often said to us, “I didn’t get a college entrance exam, what’s the use of coming out. Now I can’t find a job at the undergraduate level.” I went back to my hometown during the Chinese New Year. I heard the neighbor’s aunt talking about whose children went to college and came back infected. With white hair, I don’t know what to think. Another aunt said that he was not studying at a university, but a junior college. In the third year of high school, I studied hard and didn’t want to go to the college they called it. In the end, I still missed the undergraduate course by 20 points. Everyone persuaded me to repeat the course for another year, but how did I get here in the third year, only I know, compared to the suffering of the third year, I decided to go to a junior college. On the eve of the freshman year, I was frantically looking for non-smoking roommates in the freshman group. But most of those found are not professional. Forget it, it won’t work then I will move out and live. My roommates didn’t smoke at the beginning of the freshman year. I was a little surprised. From childhood to junior high school, the impression that I have given me is the image of a dull, hustler, and idler all day long. Got a junior college. My roommate A: Introverted, never argue with others, and never refuse others’ requests. My roommate B: I’m a great bargainer, an otaku, but the tidy stuff is the most tidy, and our garbage is basically cleaned up by him. My roommate B: Responsible for appearance. There are no advantages, but there are no shortcomings. The personality is a bit explosive, but he has never broken with us. My roommate D: I take good care of other people’s feelings. We often jokingly say that if I were a girl, I would marry you. The only drawback is that he likes to be praised. If you don’t praise him, he will always hint at you how good he is. My roommate E: I came back as a soldier. I thought it should be the most diligent one. Who knew it was the laziest one of us. It was a joke. He didn’t worry about anything, but he was very nice. Later, there were 6 people in our 612 dormitory, 5 of them applied for the college entrance examination, and all of them passed the exam. My impression of the junior college now: a junior college student can only show that he didn’t study well before, nothing more. That’s also the case before.