Kids are flocking back to college, their noggins aching for facts and ultimate frisbee, or whatever. For some of you, it'll be the first time living in a small room with another person. So, uh, how are you supposed to watch porn?
When it comes to outfitting your college dorm room there are obvious amenities you'll need to bring with you. Like a computer, a TV, multiple gaming consoles, and at least a couple of changes of clothes.
If you currently or have ever lived in a dorm, you've lived off of Mountain Dew and old burritos kept in a little dorm refrigerator. Except yours probably looked boring and wasn't the spittin' image of an awesome Marshall guitar amp.
Welcome to college! Your dorm room will look nothing like the image above, but it doesn't hurt to have something to aspire to. We're here to help you make your place less of a condemned rat's nest.
On the one hand, turning old dumpsters into employee housing is clever recycling. Which is good! On the other hand, you're living in an old dumpster—which is why the Chengmai factory in China has spruced the place up.
What do you get when you combine the largest student dorm in Finland, a cellphone, and a love of Tetris? Something that's way cooler than the Russian monochrome equivalent. Video after the jump.
What do you get when you combine some Russian college kids, an empty dorm and the desire to re-create Tetris in 100x scale? This video. [English Russia]
I remember from my boarding school days, how envious I was of the kids who managed to scramble a chair our couch into their rooms. The only problem was lugging something as big as a love seat all the way from eastern Pennsylvania down to Maryland.