A Typical Week For A College Student As Told By The Cast Of 'The Office'
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A Typical Week For A College Student As Told By The Cast Of 'The Office'

If you haven't experienced these in college yet, you will... trust me.

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A Typical Week For A College Student As Told By The Cast Of 'The Office'
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If you know me, I LOVE watching "The Office." I was one of those people who got annoyed when people would make references to the show when they knew you didn't, but now, I am one of those people.

Here is me, being annoying, and showing you gifs that show a typical week for a college student. I am only about two months into my freshman year, but I have already had these happen to me.

Sometimes, this happens in a single 24 hours, so there's that.

The broke college student life is real.

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Classes with your friends are always better.

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Being called out by the professor hurts bad, man.

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All of those dang people on Lime scooters don't know how to properly drive them, and they always cut others off.

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Opening up Canvas and seeing all the homework you have is too much sometimes.

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Eating healthy in college is both harder and easier than high school.

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Avoiding your homework by making stupid TikToks with your friends is always great.

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Couples that were together in high school screaming it from the rooftops will never stop being annoying.

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Asking the tutor how to do a problem five times already is annoying to both you and them, so you try to have them dumb it down.

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Trying to avoid all of your homework (again) and the deadlines is harder than parkour.

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Getting overwhelmed because you are trying to keep up with your work, health, social life, and sleep is frustrating.

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You have to remind yourself who you are and that you are trying your best.

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When the professor cancels class, it makes your entire day better.

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Avoiding all of you responsibilities (yes, again) by throwing a dance party is okay, babe.

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Walking out of your exam knowing you failed is more common than you think.

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If you made it this far, then you should definitely go watch "The Office." Whether you haven't seen it before or you've watched the series 72 times already, this is your sign to go watch it. It's just one more way you can avoid all that homework! Go get 'em.

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