​10 Times "House Of Cards" Perfectly Described The End Of The Semester
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​10 Times "House Of Cards" Perfectly Described The End Of The Semester

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​10 Times "House Of Cards" Perfectly Described The End Of The Semester

I do not know about you, but I am a die-hard "House of Cards" fan. With the murders, political drama, and ruthless attitudes, "House of Cards" makes me want to drop everything and run for public office so I can roll with the best of them.

Frank Underwood may or may not be a sociopath who does not give a single f**k about anything, or he may just be the mastermind politics needs. Regardless, I take my breaks from real life problems like Donald Trump and the mounting responsibilities alongside the pile of homework I have by indulging in fake politics with my boy Kevin Spacey and a touch of stress over what is going to happen to Frank’s future political career.

As we approach the final dragging days of the semester, here are 10 relatable feelings as described by Frank and Claire Underwood:

1. When your professors all assign big assignments all due on the same day

2. When you and your best friend realize you are going to pull another all-nighter

3. When you admit to yourself that you have given up

4. Walking to an exam and you have no idea what is going on

5. That moment when you are five pages into a research paper and you have still yet to answer your thesis

6. When times are tough and you may or may not have slept in the clothes you are wearing to class

7. Confronting yourself as to all your past episodes of irresponsibility and feelings of “why did I not start earlier?”

8. When you finally sit down to do work but you can't because you are stressed about how much work you have to do

9. When you have to try to raise your GPA

10. When you are done with everyone’s BS

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