Finals Week As Told By Full House
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Finals Week As Told By Full House

In honor of the announcement of the Full House sequel, Fuller House, coming to Netflix in 2016. Full House describes the stresses we all go through during Finals Week.

Finals Week As Told By Full House

Your friends text you to ask where you are, and your response is "The library", EVERY TIME.

But you'd rather be going out to the bars and fraternity parties with your friends, for one last hoorah before you go home for summer break.

You get excessively grumpy due to lack of sleep and high stress levels.

Eating as much as you possibly can to get rid of your dining dollars.

And this is how you feel after you do spend all of your dining dollars. Two words: Food baby.

But your "real money" is actually non-existent.

You stroll up to the library with every intention of being productive and studying for your upcoming finals.

You sit down with your study partners to get to work, but you look at each other and realize that you have no clue where to start.

Then your motivation quickly starts to fade.

So, your natural instinct is to consume as much sugar and caffeine as you possibly can.

But even the sugar high can't boost your confidence.

You start to procrastinate.

Your friends try to get you back on track by helping you study.

But you're just like:

You hit up the "Mood Booster" playlist on Spotify to lift your spirits.

Which makes you have a hardcore jam session in the library, but it's okay, because everyone else is going through your pain and suffering too. So, there's no judgement.

Your friends want you to be in their Snap Story, to show everyone how late y'all stayed at the library, but you're just like:

This is you when it's finally time to leave the library:

But walking into your finals you're like:

But the excitement you feel when you walk out of your finals calls for a little celebration dance.

And when your parents call to ask you how you did on your finals all you can say is:

Once your done with all of your finals, that one last hoorah you've been waiting for, can commence.

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