10 Ways College Students can Relate to Chandler Bing
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10 Ways College Students can Relate to Chandler Bing

All we really want are bubble baths and naps.

10 Ways College Students can Relate to Chandler Bing

Just like most things in life, college is what you make of it. However, there are a few scenarios that pretty much apply to ever college student. Here are 10 times college students have related to Friends' charcater, Chandler Bing.

1. College is supposedly preparing us for the future, but we really have no idea where we're going to be. "What are your plans after college?" people ask us. Um, I don't know. Can we just get through this week first?

2. But don't worry, college students aren't completely goal-less. We have simple, short-time goals and we know what we want.

3. All college students really want is to have some time to relax, lounge around comfortably, and get more than six hours of sleep.

4. Unfortunately, most college students do not get the amount of sleep they should be getting (especially during midterms and finals). Therefore, they will try to take naps whenever and wherever they can.

5. However, lack of sleep is just one of the many things a college student gets stressed about. There's the thought of student loans, the insane homework load and so much more. The stress of being a college student can result in one (or many) of those days where nothing seems to go right.

6. Honestly, college students would probably be a lot less stressed if they just learned how to avoid procrastinating. But that's way easier said than done. College students will do just about anything to avoid starting homework.

7. And if it's a Sunday, don't even expect to see a college student out and about (unless maybe they're grabbing a cup of coffee). Sunday's are known as the day of recovery and homework, or at least a last minute attempt at homework.

8. Nobody should ever mess with a student's laptop. More and more classwork has to be done online.

9. Even the littlest inconvenience can seem like the end of the world. College is great and amazing, it just comes with a lot of stress that has to be expressed in order to go away.

10. College students long for a clean bath tub to take a bubble bath in. Even if they're living at home, having the time to relax and have a bath is a rare occasion.

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