8 Things You Know All Too Well If You Hate Summer
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8 Things You Know All Too Well If You Hate Summer

Summertime Sadness is real.

8 Things You Know All Too Well If You Hate Summer
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Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer.

It is supposed to be the season of fun, carefree attitudes, and sipping margs by the pool. However, for some, like me, summertime brings a weird sadness that most say they experience during the winter months.

Summertime Sadness is not only a really good song, it is also a very real state of mind some people feel during the summer.

If you believe that you sadly suffer from Summertime Sadness, then these 8 things will be way too relatable:

1. Nothing is worse than a hot as hell day.

Don't you love walking outside and the muggy air slaps you in the face so hard you can barely breathe? Nah.

2. Being away from friends every day is torture.

Just being at school, seeing friends for small amounts every day makes me happy. Not seeing friends for weeks just makes me cry. And trying to match up schedules in the summertime is near impossible.

3. The only good thing about summer is being able to read what books you want.

You don't have to worry about reading books for class-- you can read whatever you want!

4. But the fear of classes starting makes you anxious every single day.

If you are anything like me, I just want to start tasks. Having the stress of upcoming events and duties makes me so anxious because I overthink and worry. (What if I mess up? What if a class is hard?) I just want summer to end so I can start on things and stop worrying about starting things! Do I make sense? (Probs no.)

5. I miss my jeans, jackets and boots.

Fall fashion is the best fashion. Don't @ me.

6. Also fall foods are the most comforting food.

Pumpkin spice everything. Thanksgiving. Warm beverages and no worrying about a summer body. Need I say more?

7. The heat makes you cranky. And sassy.

Don't even talk to me if it's above 75 outside.

8. And everyone judges you for not being summer’s number one fan.

Not a fan.

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