13 Times 'Mean Girls' Perfectly Described Your Feelings About Going Back To School
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13 Times 'Mean Girls' Perfectly Described Your Feelings About Going Back To School

When eating Kalteen Bars seems more appealing than college.

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13 Times 'Mean Girls' Perfectly Described Your Feelings About Going Back To School
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Your month of sleeping until noon, gorging on holiday treats and Netflix binging has officially come to a screeching halt. As you begin repacking your suitcase and saying your final goodbyes to friends and family, you're beginning to question whether you actually want to make the journey back to college.

Perhaps, you think, this semester will be a fresh start, an opportunity to study a little harder (or party), meet some new people (or never leave your room). Despite the possibilities of growth and transition, your comfy bed back home and lack of responsibilities looks far too tempting...

Here are 13 times "Mean Girls" perfectly described your feelings about going back to school.

1. You're slowly dying on the inside as you remember that you still have to buy books for the semester.


Oh right, some of that Christmas money was for books... oh...


2. After devouring food during the holidays, you're a little self-conscious about your body.


My butt looks bigger? Duh, it's from all the squats I did over break. And by squats, I mean squash, and by squash, I mean ice cream.


3. But you've convinced yourself that you're going to burn it all off once you get back to college.


#NewYearNewMe


4. If you're coming back from abroad, you've slightly forgotten how to communicate with your friends.


Oops, I forgot. People don't take siestas at 2 p.m. or drink wine whenever.


5. You're super stoked to surprise your roomie after not seeing them for a month.


Or you might just lie in bed and have them let themselves in.


6. You remember that you still have to take down your Christmas decorations from last semester.


Or leave them up! Christmas will never end in your room. *Cue "Jingle Bell Rock" dance


7. You're beginning to question whether you are physically or emotionally prepared to return.


Too many people moving all at once... I can't... function.


8. But that anxiety is outweighed by your excitement to shake your thang again at the next party.


You might even meet your own Aaron Samuels.


9. This is a new semester, your chance to join an intramural or new club!


Yes, this is my time to shine!


10. Wait, does binge eating pizza at midnight count as an intramural?


From all of the pizza grease on my face, it should.


11. Ugh, and then you have to tell everyone what you did during break over and over again.


You'll just start making up stories of what happened over break because you're so sick of hearing what you actually did... *cough cough* nothing...


12. But you still desperately want to see your pals.


You forgot what it was like to socialize.


13. Despite your internal conflict about going back, you're still psyched for a fresh start, so go out there and do your thang!


Thanks, Kevin G. That is exactly what I needed.

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