@shorty16 I have more sympathy for these people. In the US, we really push our kids into starting college immediately after high school, meaning students are applying to colleges when they are 17 or 16 years old. How many 16 or 17 year old are mature enough to make the correct decision that will impact them financially for the rest of their lives? It's kind of ridiculous (IMO).
I was bartending a wedding once when a drunk guy 30 years older than me came up to the bar to tell me I looked "like the prostitute from Risky Business." I faked laughed, nodded, and gave him his drink so he'd leave. 10 minutes later he comes back with his smart phone and tries to make me watch the scene where Tom Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay (the prostitute)have sex on the train. So fucking creepy. I told my guy coworkers how creepy he was (not wanting to cause a scene at someone's wedding) and they kept him away from me the rest of the night.