11 Ways Ted Cruz Gets You Through Finals Week
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11 Ways Ted Cruz Gets You Through Finals Week

Cruzen for a bruisen.

11 Ways Ted Cruz Gets You Through Finals Week
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We are all stressing, especially when finals week is approaching, from excitement of the final semester, crying from only having the title page done on the final paper and the final exams. Ted Cruz has been getting a lot of media attention this week. He is a prime example of how all college students feel and react to the stress of finals week.

1.You randomly start dancing to de-stress yourself

2.Thinking you can handle waiting to finish your 15-page paper that is due tonight, and it is 10:30 p.m.

3.Coloring in a book thinking it will relax you.

4.Trying to get all of the sources for your paper and becoming one with the novel.

5.When your friends offer to order junk food out.

6.When you realize you are totally screwed after you walked out of the room.

7.When you realize maybe college isn’t cutting it.

8.When you start to say things that do not make sense.

9.When you just resort to reading Dr. Seuss and quoting him in your paper and presentation.

10. Did you say a final paper and a final exam?

11.Don’t stress finals week too much. You got this!

In the end you got this more than the delegates he has.

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