16 Times Princess Diaries Described The 2nd Week Of School
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16 Times Princess Diaries Described The 2nd Week Of School

Long live Genovia!

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16 Times Princess Diaries Described The 2nd Week Of School
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Congratulations! You've made it through the first week of school. Either syllabus week for you was a breeze, or it kicked you so hard you had toes for teeth. The second week of school then, logically, should only be a shade harder, and it should get progressively more difficult until exam week, right? Wrong! Oh, so wrong. The second week of school feels like getting hit by a freight train after just getting hit by a golf cart. The only person I feel who understands the shock wave is none other than the princess herself, Mia Thermopolis.

1. You submit your first discussion post or turned in a paper and even though you followed the rubric, you failed.

So much for Magna Cum Laude.

2. Your first presentation is this week.

Why why why why why why why.

3. Everyone in your class knows each other and is chummy, and then there's you.

All my friends have graduated/I'm a transfer student/I changed my major/This was the only section I could get/Needed an elective.

4. You find out your teacher is super old-school/awful and now it's too late.

They went on a 10 minute tangent on posture and you're like, "GREAT!"

5. One person now sticks out as the "participator" and you hate/love them.

They ALWAYS know the answer, which means the professor can finally stop saying "what do you think?", but it also means they're always talking. And they're probably not as cute as Chris Pine.

6. You've already called your mom twice having a meltdown.

Yeah, whatever high school you who thought you didn't need your mom.

7. You've gotten your first (second or third) parking ticket already.

I was in 30 minute parking for 32 minutes! Seriously?!

8. That whole I'mma-sign-up-for-intramural-sports? Nope

I'll stick to walking on the track, thanks.

9. You and your best friend are already in trouble again.

College would otherwise be boring, really.

10. You hope they'll be new nice and cute guys this year, but no, still sleazebags.

Give us a break.

11. You've passed the honeymoon phase with your roommate, so it's either

or...

Maybe a combination of both, especially if you've roomed together before.

12. You do a time hop on your Facebook and find a picture from this time last year.

Aging gracefully.

13. You find out that you have a test over the first two chapters tomorrow, and your textbook just arrived yesterday.

Tests should be reserved for week 3 at least!

14. When you give your presentation, this is what happens:

"Make all the boy moose go wahhh wahhh". Then back to gym shorts and big sweatshirts.

15. When the future looks dim though, you remember these two lines:

Thanks, Eleanor Roosevelt (Joe)

16. And remember, you're still fabulous.

Slay, you future queen.

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