Midterm Emotions Via Memes
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Midterm Emotions Via Memes

The midterm struggle is all too real.

Midterm Emotions Via Memes
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The month of October is among us. You've got the beloved pumpkin spice latte. You've got Halloween. You've got actual pumpkins. You've got scary movies. You've got presidential debates (an acceptable scary movie substitute this year). And for many college kids, you've got midterms. While mine are (thankfully) over, the struggle was definitely real up to this points. With the help of the internet, we can luckily express our feelings during these trying, trying times.


When you're deep into an all nighter and then find yourself swearing off procrastinating ever again. For me, that lasts for about a day.


Glad to know there are at least 2 people on Earth who do this: me and this meme's creator.


Ha, I definitely didn't jeopardize my midterm paper to start Stranger Things, that would be totally irresponsible (but if I were to do that, my paper would still turn out great, just saying).


Only 20 minutes? Good for you Spongebob.


The universal midterms outfit; no time to think about clothing that matches.




Funny how you can identify with multiple roles in this. Like all I have felt like all four people in this at one time or another while studying.


Seriously though, I need one of those.


Thank the heavens for allowing me to reach this point.

If you're taking midterms now or in the near future, good luck! For those who've already served their time, congrats! Now you can relax...until finals...

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