18 GIFs From Supernatural That Sum Up Headed Back To College
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18 GIFs From Supernatural That Sum Up Headed Back To College

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18 GIFs From Supernatural That Sum Up Headed Back To College
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If there is one things that the Supernatural Fandom can be proud of, it's that we have a GIF for that. These 18 GIFS perfectly sum up how it feels when you're headed back to college and how you may feel through the college semester.

1. When You Don't Have Classes On Friday

If you're headed into your senior year, you've worked hard in your previous years. This semester, you've built your schedule to have Fridays off. Rock on!

2. When You Eat At The Dining Hall For The First Time

First year or last, after a summer of home cooked meals, you're just not going to have the stomach for dining hall food. After all, it's difficult to make large amounts of food for the thousands of people who will be eating it AND make it taste homemade.

3. When It's Vegetarian Night In The Dining Hall But You're Not Vegetarian

When you're not vegetarian or vegan, you despise Vegetarian Nights in the dining hall. WHERE'S THE BEEF!?!?! I'm sorry, but I'm just not going to be living off the salad bar.

4. When Your Friends Ask If You Have Food

So you know you're going to want snacks when you're studying. At least you should know this. Some college students seem like they're prepared for the apocalypse with how much food they keep stocked in their room. If you're lucky, you'll be friends with one of those people. Shout-out to all of my friends that had stocks of food when the rest of us needed it!

5. When You And Your Friends Get Together

It's been a long a long summer and you and your fam can finally cause mayhem together again. For those of you entering your first year, you'll understand this after you have a good bunch of buddies and a long break.

6. When You Meet Someone New With The Same Interests As You

Here's one for the freshmen. Making friends can be hard, but when you find someone with the same interests that you have, you'll likely become good enough friends for #5 to be relate-able.

7. When The Fire Alarm Goes Off And You're In The Shower

Nothing sucks worse than when that fire alarm goes off, except when it goes off and you're covered in soap and in the shower. Yes, freshmen, that happens! It is one of my biggest college fears to be caught in the shower when the fire alarm goes off. Luckily, it hasn't happened to me. Motivation to take a short shower? Perhaps.

8. When You Took On A Heavy Course Load...

9. ... And You're Worried You're Not Going To Be Able To Do It.

In college, you're responsible for making your own schedule. Sometimes, that is far too much responsibility. You may think that you can handle the max course load of 18-21 credits, but remember that that means 18-21 hours of classes each week, each with its own homework. If you do manage to make it through the tough semester, though, you may be set up for #1. It's a give-and-take situation. Good luck.

10. When All You Want To Do Is Nap

Ah nap time. Who doesn't love a good nap? When you're in college, take full advantage of times when you can grab a quick nap. Some of my friends even block off time in their schedule for naps. Genius! Study hard, nap hard. Just make sure your nap time isn't during your classes...

11. When You Forget What Day It Is.

We've all forgotten what day of the week it is at some point in our lives. It happens quite frequently at college, though. This is surprising since most, if not all, colleges have Monday, Wednesday, and Friday classes as well as Tuesday and Thursday classes. As long as you are going to the right classes, who really cares what day it is, right?

12. Then You Realize It's Actually Only Monday

Screw you, Monday.

13. When You Fail A Test You've Studied All Week For...

14. ...And Your Parents Call To Ask About It.

You're an adult now. Your parents don't get your grades in the mail anymore and your professors will not tell them if they call. It's up to you to tell your parents your grades. Good luck.

15. When It's Only October.

Anyone who tells you that they are not stressed out by the end of October is either lying or... There's no alternative. They're lying to you. Everyone needs a break by October.

16. When You Have A Lot Of Work To Do And Your Friends Invite You To The Bar.

You're stressed, you're busy, but you want a drink. Do you have time to go out? No. Are you going to go out? YES!! And then you're going to complain the whole time you are out that you shouldn't be out because you have a lot of work to do. Way to ruin the fun. Don't procrastinate, friends!

17. When It Finally Hits You That You're In Your Last Year

You've had a blast during college and now you're entering your last year. As my mom keeps reminding me, it's time for the last of the lasts (and last of the firsts). By the time you read this, I've already had my last Fall move-in day at college.

18. When It's Your Last Year And You See A Freshman

Freshmen just do not understand how quickly college flies by. Make the most of it!

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