21 Reasons Why Summer Sucks
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21 Reasons Why Summer Sucks

It's the most terrible time of the year

21 Reasons Why Summer Sucks

1.Looking for a summer job

They don’t want summer help, they don’t want college kids, they want experience, they don’t want you.

2.Actually having a summer job

It’s summer break yet you’re slaving away.

3.Summer classes

Shouldn’t you be done with this b.s.???

4.Doing chores for your mother

When you’re in your dorm no one bothers you to wash the dishes

5.Improper AC

The temperatures never right. It’s too cold, too hot, but don’t you dare open a window unless you want to melt.

6.Butt sweat

And nervously looking back at your seat to check if there’s a mark.

7.Getting sunburn

Bring in the dancing lobsters.

8.Peeling skin

I didn’t know I was part lizard until now.

9.Weird tan lines

Especially for those doing summer sports, shin guard tan lines are a no.


Don’t like hotdogs? Or hamburgers? Too bad.

11.Community lakes

How many people peed in there?

12.Swimsuit shopping

It will never fit how you want it to.

13.Losing and breaking sunglasses to inevitably buy and lose/break your sunglasses

Just buy the crappy ones so you don’t feel as bad about it.


Dirt, worms, sweat, and regret. Mom can I go inside?

15.Crazy humidity

No matter what you try your hair will suffer

16.Tiny bugs everywhere


17.Terrifying bees

Save the bees! But keep the bees away from me!

18.Pressure to go outside

But Netflix! But Riverdale! But my couch is so cozy!

19.Instagram Envy

No exotic vacation pics from me

20.Diet Trends

You want me to exclusively drink juice and cut carbs? No thanks

21.Increased media coverage of the “summer bod”

You have a body, it is summer, everyone chill.

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