After Monday night’s MTV Video Music Awards, Pete Davidson jetted off to Auburn University to take part in the campus Welcome Week events, where he was to participate in a talk on mental health issues, which was to be followed with student Q&A session on Thursday evening.

The Saturday Night Live star opened up last year about his own personal struggles with Borderline Personality Disorder.

So when brought up on stage to ask a question, one student naturally asked Davidson what being engaged to Grande was like, to resounding cheers from the audience.

“It’s like what you would think it was like but like a 100 times sicker,” he answered, starting out innocently enough. “It’s lit. I’m a very, very lucky boy and very, very loved and I’m very lucky.”

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“And my (…) is forever hard,” he added, to more cheers and laughter from the crowd.

Cool, cool, cool, Pete Davidson. Cool. Also, maybe he should seek the advice of a medical professional?

Lest you think Grande — who traveled with Davidson to Alabama for the event — has any qualms about her fiancee talking about the state of blood flow in his size and how it relates to her, she later laughed it off in an Instagram story. “Bae was funny and brilliant today as always,” she wrote.

As they say, the couple that overshares together, stays together. Or maybe not, but we wish them the best of luck anyway.

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Now, in a new interview while promoting his upcoming show Bupkis, Davidson was actually asked about the scrutiny around his downstairs area.

“I don’t understand. It’s really not that special,” he said (via Page Six).

“It’s a very normal size. It’s not too big or too small. It’s big enough to enjoy and not big enough for it to hurt, is what I was told.”