I'm about to graduate college but I'm not amazed by it. I'm amazed that I managed to apply for college in the first place. Once I got here, and got into the routine, I wasn't surprised I managed to stick it out. I'm very good at being in a routine, so once I got unpacked in my first dorm room, I wasn't so surprised that I managed to not leave.
I will be amazed if I manage to get a real job that I'm actually qualified for (including if I manage to even send in the application in the first place). Or really even any job that I'm even partially qualified for.
I still haven't lost my virginity yet, so no amazement there.
I am, however, amazed that I will miss my friends after I graduate. The switch from high school to college was NBD because I had no high school friends, so even if I hadn't made friends in college it wouldn't have been a big change for me. I'm pretty amazed that I actually managed to make some friends who I like pretty decently, and that I'm scared of losing them after graduation.
Even though I'm graduating I still feel inadequate, and like I have no marketable skills, and didn't participate much in school outside of going to required classes. But I guess if even being able to get through school is a big deal for some people, then it's kind of cool that I'm graduating. So that makes me feel a little better I guess.