End Of The Semester, As Told By Deadpool
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End Of The Semester, As Told By Deadpool

"Did I leave the stove on?"

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The end of the semester means papers, projects, and cramming for final exams. Deadpool, believe it or not, knows all of our emotions and feelings when it comes to the end of the semester. Here's to Deadpool and all of his one-liners that will get us through the next couple of weeks.

Using coloring as a stress-reliever

When you have to take a second to let your inner-child come out and color a picture to get your mind off of things for a few minutes or drawing us destroying our worst enemy. Either one works.

Going to the library to cram for those last minute projects and exams

Music is the only thing getting us through the long nights that we will be spending in the library.

When you're complaining to your friends about all your homework and you know they're not listening

Obviously whatever you're doing on your phone is more important than my life problems and that tweet better go viral because you're wasting my precious time.

Being completely in the school mode and forgetting about all the other things in life

Well, hopefully my house doesn't burn down in flames because I can't remember if I turned the stove off.

When you forget to eat dinner but all you have to eat is ice cream and it's 2 AM

Ice cream for breakfast? Wise words from Michael Scott (The Office), "It's never too early for ice cream." So, ice cream for breakfast, or dinner, or you know ice cream at anytime is okay.

Seeing someone in the library watching Netflix instead of doing homework

Netflix always sounds like the right idea, especially if it means you don't have to work on your homework.

When you tell yourself "Just one more episode and then I'll study," but find yourself still watching your show four hours later

Well, you see, one episode led to another then another and so on. But, it's fine.

When you should be studying but your mind is wondering else where

Let's be honest, we all still sing this song when we spell out "banana's".

Professor: "I know there's only two weeks left of class but here's a group project, three quizzes, and 12 assignments." Me:

Well, thanks. I have nothing better to do anyways. I definitely have time to do all of those things. It's not like I'm taking other classes too.

When you don't care about your appearance anymore while going to class

Judge me for wearing Crocs, I dare you. Don't knock em' until you try them. Plus, they go with almost every outfit.

That moment when you get let out of class early

So, you let me out early but now I'm just going to go sit in the library for the next five hours studying, so was it really worth it?


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