A university in Scotland has a pretty cool tradition that they have been doing for a long time.

Hundreds of students at the University of St. Andrews gathered recently for their annual Raisin weekend. This event was designed for the first year students to thank the upperclassmen while serving as the parent's role and helping mentor them while in school. What better way to say thank you than with a shaving cream foam party.

Some students had no idea what the hell was even happening, they said it just looked like a lot of fun. Other first-year students at the school said that this has been one of the best experiences of their life. What a cool way to not only make new friends at school but a reason to dress up in costumes and fling shaving cream at each other for some good clean college fun.

Source: UPI.com