Most Binge-Worthy Shows To Start

Most Binge-Worthy Shows To Start

Ready to waste months of your life?


Just finished binging a show and now you don't know what to do with yourself? We've all been there. But don't worry, I've got you covered. Here's a list of some of my favorite binge-worthy shows that are sure to keep you busy for months:

1. "Criminal Minds"

If you haven't started this show yet, what are you doing? If you love crime shows and serial killer shows as much as me, then I promise you won't be able to stop watching. I watched the first 12 seasons in 3 months. 3 months.

2. "Bojack Horseman"

If you're looking for a show with lots of dry humor and a good dose of depressing reality, man have I got the show for you.

3. "How To Get Away With Murder"

This show, just wow. To be fair I'm in the middle of binging this myself, but so far all I have to say is wow. Plot twist after plot twist after plot twist.

4. "American Horror Story"

Honestly, this might be my favorite show on this list. This show isn't for the faint of heart, but if you like shows that are so messed up you wonder how they're even allowed on TV, I highly recommend.

5. "Evil Genius"

I couldn't find a gif for this show, so this gif accurately represents my face every 0.2 seconds during this Netflix original. Although it's short and technically a documentary, it's incredibly captivating and keeps you on the edge of your seat.

6. "Mad Men"

I honestly thought I would hate this show after I watched the first episode. However, if you give it a chance it's actually extremely addicting. The drama is unreal.

7. "The Office"

Okay if you haven't seen this show yet you really need to get it together. I'm assuming most have already binged this 10+ times like I have, but I had to put this classic on the list.

8. "Stranger Things"

I love everything about this show. I have nothing bad to say. The plot? Amazing. The characters? Amazing. The 80s aesthetic? Amazing. 12/10.

9. "Black Mirror"

Basically The Twilight Zone on drugs. If you're going to start this show, do yourself a favor and DO NOT start on season 1 episode 1 (it's an anthology series so you won't miss anything). I didn't ever want to watch this show after that episode and the series is actually amazing once I tried watching again. Trust me, you'll thank me later.

10. "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"

This show makes me tear up laughing. Titus Andromedon might be my favorite character of all time.

11. "Friends"

Another classic I had to include on the list. If you haven't seen this show, again, you need to get it together.

12. "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia"

This show took up almost the entirety of my freshman year in college. I can't even wrap my head around how absurd it is, but damn it's hilarious.

13. "The X-Files"

Do you like aliens and the paranormal? If so, you're in luck.

14. "The Punisher"

Love Marvel? This show is addicting. I haven't even finished the first season and I felt the need to include it on this list if that says anything about how good this show is. It's recommended to watch Daredevil before starting this show, but not completely necessary.

Happy binging!

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How College Students Feel At This Point In The Year As Told By The Office

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It's December which means Christmas is coming and finals are right around the corner. We've made it to that point in the semester. That point where sweatpants are considered dressing nicely and we're lucky if we can even get to three meals in a day. As finals approach and the semester comes to an end, here's how we're feeling as told by The Office. We've successfully reached the point of the year when we can't believe it's already November, Thanksgiving is coming, Christmas music is playing, and the first semester is more than halfway done. Here are a few things you've probably felt, as told by The Office.

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When you're so hungry, you've stopped caring about the no-eating-in-class rule

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When someone asks if you did the homework

When you just look in the mirror and remind yourself

When you remember the homework is due in 20 minutes

Every. Single. Math. Class.

When you know you aced that test

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When someone asks a question the professor just answered 2 minutes ago

When you wake up to an email that says class is canceled

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The Process Of Registering For College Courses, As Told By 'How I Met Your Mother'

It's arguably worse than one of Marshall's slaps to Barney's face.


If you're a college student, there are only two words that are guaranteed to immediately send chills down your spine: class registration. This is the most stressful part of the semester because you're trying to figure out which classes to take, how many credits you need, or even worse, what you want to do with your future. Here are a few gifs that perfectly describe the entire process if you're not familiar with how much stress and time goes into it.

1. You finally decide to check your school's portal and you realize that registration is only one week away, and you haven't done anything to prepare

2. So you immediately set a bunch of hours aside to research all the classes you still need to take

3. Everything is looking fine until one of your major requirements is an early class

4. Once you take a look at all the classes in your shopping cart, you just have to accept that you won't have a social life next semester

5. But when you meet with your advisor, they remind you to add backups to your top picks, so you have to back to the drawing board and pick more classes

6. You're so focused on trying to get the perfect schedule that you don't have time for distractions, not even talking to your parents

7. You start to become more irritated once all your friends are talking about how their registration times are earlier than yours

8. The night before registration you're basically preparing for the worst and expecting to not get any of your top choice classes

9. It's the day of registration and you could not be any more nervous or anxious just to get your schedule 

10. When it's finally your turn to register, you see one of your top choices is already full 

11. So now you have to accept that you're going to take some courses that you're mildly interested in

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