The "Saturday Night Live" comedian traveled to the college to take part in their Welcome Week celebrations, during which he participated in a Q&A session with the students. Of course, the first thing people wanted to know about was his relationship with Grande, who joined him for the trip.
Davidson started off innocently enough. One could even say he was sweet.
"It's like what you would think it was like but like a 100 times sicker," he responded when asked what it's like being engaged to Grande. "It's f-----g lit. I'm a very, very lucky boy and very, very loved and I'm very lucky."
It was a sweet sentiment, but it didn't end there, as several students in attendance captured the moment on video and posted it to their social media accounts.
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"And my d--k's forever hard," he joked to cheers and laughter from the crowd.
Grande laughed it off on her Instagram stories, saying, "Bae was funny as f--k and brilliant today as always."
This isn't the couple's first time getting a little raunchy with the public about their relationship. Back in August while still working on her recent album, "Sweetener," Grande was asked how long her new song "Pete Davidson" was.
"Like 10 inches? ...oh f-- ...I mean...like a lil over a minute," she replied. At another point, she cracked a "Harry Potter" joke asking if he wanted to Slytherin.
The couple have been very affectionate publicly since announcing their engagement, most recently when Davidson dropped by Grande's "Good Morning America" interview Wednesday morning where she talked about him being "the one" and tentatively said they planned to tie the knot in 2019.
All of that affection has begun to rub some fans the wrong way, but Grande doesn't care. ""We're so annoying, huh?" she laughed to Michael Strahan. "It must be the worst! I'm just grateful, enjoying every minute because life is too short."