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FINAL(LY DONE)S

Finals week as described by Parks and Recreation

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FINAL(LY DONE)S
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Finals Week: the week that every college student dreads, the week that determines ones grade for the semester, the week that feels like a month, the week that tests how little sleep one can run on, etc. The cast of the popular show Parks and Recreation knows exactly how you feel:

1. Anticipation leading up to finals

2. The start of finals week

3. Convincing yourself that you will make it through this week and ace your finals

4. What the first final feels like

5. Studying for other finals

6. Spending 12 hours at the library

7. When someone asks how you are doing

8. Realizing you have no idea what your class was about

9. When someone mentions that you need to sleep

10. When someone mentions food

11. Running on -2 hours of sleep

12. Watching all of your friends go home

13. Studying for the last final

14. Handing in the last final

15. Being done with finals

16. That night

17. Finally going on break

18. Seeing you failed the finals you thought you killed

19. Seeing you killed the finals you thought you failed

20. Not caring because it is still break

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