12 Times The Kardashians Have Empathized With Us College Students
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12 Times The Kardashians Have Empathized With Us College Students

Because somehow it seems they get what we're going through

12 Times The Kardashians Have Empathized With Us College Students

I’ve come to realize that college students and the Kardashian's have quite a bit in common. Ok, so maybe their net worth is somewhere in the billions, and the typical college student has maybe half a chicken biscuit to their name. Despite the huge financial gap however, it seems we may have more in common with this famous family than we thought.

Their struggles are our struggles. They get us. First and foremost, they understand what its like to be really stressed out all the time. Here are 11 times the Kardashian's have understood and empathized with us college students.

1. When all the stress is piling up and you feel like you’re about to lose it, but you have to wait for the appropriate moment for an emotional breakdown.

2. Looking back as a senior on some of your outfit/beauty choices from your previous college years (we're looking at you, freshman year... that was not the right hair color, ok?)

3. When your professor says the project is a full semester long because its extremely involved, and if you wait until the last minute you will undoubtedly fail.

4. When you get to the point in your 75-minute class that you feel like you need to leave the room to go to the bathroom just to maintain your sanity, but then your professor gives you a judge-y look for leaving.

5. Finding ways to justify your horrifying college lifestyle, sleeping patterns, and diet choices.

6. When your professor emails you homework over the weekend while you’re out actually enjoying your life.

7. When you refuse to check your grades in order to avoid a panic attack/overflowing with tears.

8. When your class doesn't have an attendance policy, but you go to class anyway and feel like you have accomplished a massive feat.

9. Making extremely important decisions regarding dinner.

10. When your friends insist that you go out when you're already in bed with a movie, and then proceed to inquire about your lack of enthusiasm regarding the party.

11. When your professor unexpectedly calls on you in class and you have no idea what the answer is.

12. When you start complaining about your life and you want your friends to chime in so you can feel bonded by the overwhelming stress and frustration.

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