"It's Everyday Bro" Will Always Make Me Think Of Summer 2017 Memories

"It's Everyday Bro" Will Always Make Me Think Of Summer 2017 Memories

It's everyday bro with the summer 2017 memories.

If you don't know the song "It's Everyday Bro," then I don't really know where you've been, but good job avoiding the song.

This past summer I worked at a summer camp as an assistant counselor, and every week one of the campers in my cabin was obsessed with Jake Paul and the song “It’s Everyday Bro.” There was no getting away from the song, my campers sang it repeatedly.

So you know how if you hear a song a lot it starts to grow on you, and sooner or later you start liking it? Yeah, well that happened to me. I heard the lyrics to that song so much that I started singing the lyrics and later started listening to it. I pretty much heard this song everyday…bro.

If you haven’t heard the song, the music video is below. But if you have heard the song and don’t want to listen to it again (which I don’t blame you), skip to the list.

1. That one time my friend decided to be Moana.

2. That one time I told my friends we should recreate "The Cheetah Girls" picture from the first movie.

I really wanted to call a cab for this picture.

3. When you spent the summer with people you met when you were seven.

Being able to still be friends with people you met when you were seven is one of the best things to have in the world because those are the people you can be your true self with the most. They have seen you through thick and thin and I’m really happy I have these three in my life.

4. Doing the buddy board while it was raining...twice.

Since you don’t close down camp activities until you hear thunder when its pouring rain, you still have to be in the rain. So when it was our swim period, there were always those two kids that wanted to swim, and you had to let them swim. It was the worst.

5. That one time the Hungarian had a clothespin on his nose.

I don’t know why he had it on his nose, but he seemed pretty content with it.

6. The three times you decided to do "the floor is lava."

The first time was fine because I had a table to sit on. The second time was good too, but the third time I ended up hurting myself, so the floor wasn't lava to me for the rest of the summer.

7. That one time when your friend was really in her feelings.

Catching these type of moments on a video is always the best.

8. When the same friend every day has to say “Fuck you” to you on a daily basis.

I love you too...

9. When you make a reference to a musical every chance you get.

I went up to the same guy for a straight month saying, “Pardon me, are you Aaron Burr, sir,” and we would end up going back and forth singing the lyrics.

10. When I had to crush my mom’s dreams of what her favorite song meant.

“Candy Store” by 50 Cent is not about an actual candy store, sorry mom.

11. That one time my friend bought customized glasses that say “Eat My Ass.”

12. That one time the whole camp was singing the Harry Potter theme.

It was Harry Potter week…yet again.

13. The last CLB (Clearlake Bar) trip.

15.When I went to the Detroit Zoo with a friend to feed the giraffes.

But instead didn't feed them because they weren't offering, so we decided to watch them sniff each other's butts for about 30 minutes.

16. That one time one friend was rapping the lyrics to “It's Everyday Bro" and another one was twerking on a table.

It’s not a good song but its a catchy one.

17. When one friend decided to wear her belt like this…to Walmart.

I have no words.

18. When you had a #CrocsSquad.

Crocs are the best shoes on the face of the Earth.

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The Basic Christmas List For Young Adult Women

If you're looking for the perfect gift, here's a list.

Looking for the #Basic list for young adult guys? Head right here.

1. Knit/Fleece Socks

Actually, any socks in general, #TBH.

2. Makeup

Hit up Ulta, Sephora or Amazon Beauty. Highlight/contour sets are always something us gals want but can never afford. There are also a lot of great makeup gift ideas here.

3. Big Comfy Sweaters

American Eagle / H&M; are great places to find these. FYI, you really can't mess up buying a girl a sweater!

4. Love Your Melon Hats

They're for a good cause and they're cute, so why not purchase one?

5. Comfy Lounging Clothes

Joggers, sweatshirts, half zips, hoodies...

6. 5 for $25


7. Jewelry

Alex & Ani and Pandora are always popping. Also, if you are shopping for a significant other, just listen to Bey!

8. Blanket Scarves

Ooooo... comfy and cute, that's like two gifts in one.

9. Coffee Accessories

Mugs, travel mugs, and coffee itself are all important to us.

10. Bras/Bralettes

If you're shopping for a close friend, then this is something you should look into, because a girl can never have enough bras.

11. Boots/Booties

A girl can never have enough of those either -- Christmas is a great excuse for another pair!

12. Handbags/Purses

We appreciate the names: Michael, Kate, Louis...

13. Fun Snacks and Candies

The stuff that we complain about that makes us fat is probably exactly the stuff we want.

14. College/Team Spirit Wear

You'll appreciate this gift so much when coming into college; having apparel different than the other students who raided the bookstore the first week and are all wearing the same thing.

15. Small Room Decor and Accessories

Francesca's is great with these things like canvas quotes, wall decals and more.

16. Keychains

Yes, the typical Kylie Jenner fur ball is so basic... but we love it.

17. Anything Nike

Just buy it.

18. A Polaroid Camera

I mean who doesn't want one?

19. Bath Bombs

Don't even go anywhere but Lush to get these.

20. Candles

I don't know what it is, but chicks dig good smell. Take a visit to Bath & Body Works (I'm addicted!) and you should be set for a couple years worth of gifts!

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11 Ways To Calm Your Seasonal Depression Before It Gets Out Of Hand

7. Treat yo' self...to a nap.


It is about that time of the year when everyone is feeling sad and stressed. This can be caused by the changing of the weather, too much academic pressure as exams press nearer, and many other reasons. Everyone is affected differently and show their problems differently, but it is still a concern.

I am here to offer some words of advice to anyone who may be struggling with something in their own lives. If something applies to you, take the words I present and see how you can act on them. You never know what may speak to you in your time of struggle and stress.

Do not worry because almost everyone else is going through something as well. They may not have as dramatic of situations as yours, but at least know you are not doing this all alone.

1. Dress warmer! 


Dress warmer with extra jackets, gloves, and a hat whenever you go outside. Even if it is only for a few minutes in-between buildings, make sure you keep warm and protected. If you do not own winter clothing, now is the time to invest in some before it becomes too late.

2. Take care of your health! 


Keep drinking lots of water and taking lots of Vitamins. The best way to fight the flu is to try to get extra sleep whenever you can. That means you should take more naps and try to get to bed a little earlier. You do not want to get sicker than you already are, trust me.

3. Call your family...


Maybe it is time to finally give them a call whether it be for a few minutes or an hour long video chat. Even just seeing their faces over the phone may be enough for you. It might also be that time in the school to head back home if you are able to and see them in person. I am sure they would really appreciate that surprise especially if you normally do not visit.

4. Open up to your friends! 


Turn to the people around you who genuinely care about you. They will be able to cheer you up or at least will try to make you feel better. Start doing activities that you enjoy and that make you happier. Overall, if your attitude is positive, you will feel less sad and will be a more fun person to be around. No one likes to be surrounded by gloomy people.

5. Actually do your homework...


Now is not the time in the semester to start to slack off on all your big projects and essays. This is the best time to actually work on them, so now you have to set up a plan that works for you. You know how you can succeed. Make a plan, and stick to it!

6. Set up an appointment with your advisor! 


Maybe you need to try talking to an adviser at your school who can actually help. Chances are they know a fair amount about the classes you are taking and how to help you succeed. You do not have to feel overwhelmed because there are people who want to help. Turn to some people in your classes and see if they understand what they are doing at all before you start to freak out.

7. Treat yo' self...to a nap. 


In college this is almost bound to happen. My best advice is that if you can go to bed at a reasonable time, try to go to bed. If you ever have a moment where you know you are not doing anything, take a nap. Frequent short naps can actually help you, so you may as well try to fit some into your daily routine especially if getting 4-5 hours a night of sleep seems to be your average.

8. Go DO something! 


Go do something with people just to get yourself out there more. Ask your roommate to go get coffee with you. Ask that guy who sits in front of you to see a movie with you. Do whatever you want to do and invite others along. There are always going to be people who will want to join you; you just might have to ask around to figure it out.

9. Watch some scary movies! 


Spooky season will be back around before you know it. It will still live on in spirit, but just know other seasons are coming around anyway. If you are really feeling nostalgic, watch some scary movies with some friends on a Friday night just to remember all the good spooky times.

10. Break out the Christmas music! 


The season I look forward to most of all is just around the corner. Soon enough all the radio stations will be playing carols, all the stores will have trees scattered around the entrances, and cars will be driving slowly through neighborhoods just to look at all the lights on each house. It will be here before you know it, so just always be ready.

11. Look forward to Christmas break!


This is closer than you may realize, so just hang in there for these last few weeks. You will finally be able to relax and not have to think about school or exams. First you have to get to the end of the semester, so just stay focused on exams for now. The fun will come later.

No matter what you may be struggling with, you are not alone this cold season of problems. Find those people around you who will be able to help you the most. You got this!!

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