If you owned this poster, you're fun but in a conventional way. You never skipped a class, but you definitely "slacked off" from time to time. You've also been to at least one party where you maybe drank one beer.
If you owned this poster, you smoked pot once when one of your friends from across the hall brought it over. You were pretty worried about the R.A. catching you so the window was open, a fan was on and you sprayed the room down with Febreze before and after. It wasn't a fun experience, but you've chosen to let it identify you.
If you owned this poster, you wanted people to think you love classic rock, but also artwork and butts. You bought it when you were 18 and it took you a month or two before finally hanging it up because you couldn't decide if it was tasteful or not. Whenever you brought a new friend to your dorm you paid extra attention to see how they would react to it. Did they think it was cool? Did they think YOU were cool? This was a thought that kept you up every night.
You bought this poster from a Spencer's Gifts because it made you laugh, but it eventually became something that you related to pretty strongly. It was hung on a wall of your dorm flanked on both sides by poorly constructed shelves where you kept every beer you ever drank until you turned 21. You eventually framed it because it got you through some tough times, but you're an adult now and can't bear to hang it up again. It sits collecting dust in your garage to this day.
If you owned this poster, you wanted people to think you were a deep and conflicted person. You had a student film you were working on for over a year but you never had the confidence to finish the script. You still talk about it though. It basically would have been the movie Drive, but starring you and it "would have been great."
If you owned this poster, you had a pretty negative opinion about consumerism, which you advertised proudly with your official Fight Club T-shirt, Fight Club soap and Fight Club Tyler Durden action figure. One time when you were drunk, you asked a friend "What if we aren't real?" and it really blew their mind.
If you owned this poster you were in a "college rock" band with either folk or rap influences, depending on the year. You played a few college Battle of the Bands shows and your friends said you were good, but everyone just drifted apart after graduation. You still talk to the old band sometimes and jam, but the magic just isn't there. It feels familiar though, so I guess that's something.
If you owned this poster, you went to one college political rally once. You don't remember what the rally was about, but a bunch of your friends were there and there was a barbecue so you had fun. Wait, was that a political rally?
You bought this poster because you thought true love was a real and attainable thing that you would achieve in college. Every date you went on had this level of pressure on it. You were young and didn't really have yourself figured out yet, so inevitably this pressure cost you a lot of relationships that could have been fun. You later learned that the two people in this photo weren't a couple at all and the sailor basically just forced himself on a random woman after getting off the boat. You found this fact interesting.
Upon seeing this poster on your wall, one of your friends asked you what your favorite Tatu song was and you got really nervous. "These girls are in a BAND?" you thought through a curtain of sweat. You later listened to their big radio single and liked it, but not enough to listen to it more then once.
Your grandmother mailed you this poster because she was worried about how you were going to handle college life. You loved it until you noticed that everyone else on your dorm floor had the same poster. You still hung it up, but on a particularly drunken night you crossed out "carry on" and wrote "drink a beer" under it. Your deeply religious roommate was offended by this.
You bought this poster after a failed grade and a talking to from your student mentor. They said you should take your grades more seriously and that "just because school is hard it doesn't mean that it can't be fun." You don't remember that mentor's name, but you do remember them being pretty rad.
Your suite mate was a minor pot dealer and always watched Scarface. This poster was hanging on their door and, though you never really talked to them, you always thought they were kind of cool in a creepy way. They just disappeared one day which was kinda cool. Did they move home? I have no idea ...
From "Starry Night" to this painting of waves, you bought this poster from a school art sale because you had a crush on the person running the sale and you wanted them to think you were more arty. Also, it was only like $5. You never spoke to them again.
You bought this poster because you fancy yourself a comedian and you wanted everyone to know it. Your friends would always tell you that you are funny and you should try stand up comedy and though you did a few open mics, you weren't that good.