1. Looking at the syllabus for the next semester.
You question your life expectancy when you see the words “essay” or “exam” about 900 times.
2. Working on group projects.
Probably the worst two words that could come out of your professor’s mouth. Everybody either does nothing or does everything. There is no in between and it's a vicious cycle.
3. Walking into the dining hall and finding nothing to eat.
You’ve trekked 300 miles from class, you haven’t eaten all day, and all they have is old chicken and soggy carrots. You revert to cereal... again.
4. When you miss out on something because you have to do work.
Whenever you have work to do, you hate everyone who doesn’t. FOMO (fear of missing out) is so real.
5. Trying to act natural at a party.
Expectation: “I am super chill” or “I’ll just dance like that girl”
Reality: “I look like a rabid squirrel” or “Why is everyone staring oh boy”
6. Morning after every night out.
“I have so many regrets” or “nope, never going out again” are always said, but never followed through.
7. Instead of doing work.
Instead of getting stuff down, it’s easier to just stress, cry, and, most importantly, eat food.
8. When a class gets cancelled.
Best. Email. Ever. Everybody has to experience this feeling of absolute freedom (freedom to go back to bed, that is...)
We are all Tina Fey.
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