20 Times Spongebob Perfectly Described Life As a College Student
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20 Times Spongebob Perfectly Described Life As a College Student

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20 Times Spongebob Perfectly Described Life As a College Student

No matter how old you are, you can always get a kick out of a great episode of Spongebob. He's funny, lovable, and full of life. It's funny to look back and see how much your life as a college student relates to a two dimensional sponge on Nickelodeon.

1. When you really need to start a paper, but have no motivation

2. When you thought you did really well on a test, but you ended up bombing it.

3. When you're having a panic attack due to all the work you need to get done.

4. Going to school after you pulled an all-nighter studying.

5. Your brain when trying to remember the answer on your test

6. When you turn in a really painful assignment

7. When you find out you have to do a presentation in front of the class

8. When you're tired of adulting

9. When you're trying to understand the material in class but you don't have the brain capacity

10. When you have to say goodbye to your high school friends that go to other schools

11. Finally handing in a term paper you spent days on

12. When you have to do a group project and don't know anyone in the class

13. How you feel when you're having a mental breakdown and questioning your life choices

14. Finally eating dinner after not having time to eat all day

15. When you want to go out on Friday night but you're so exhausted from the week

16. When you're thinking about all the responsibilities you have for the next day

17. When you're sleep deprived but keep pushing yourself to stay up and study

18. When you want to do well in class but your best friend is there to distract you

19. What the food the school serves looks like

20. Finally unwinding after a stressful day, week, or semester

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