Noon Kickoffs As Told By UGA Students
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Noon Kickoffs As Told By UGA Students

The bane of every SEC school's existence......... a dreaded noon kickoff.

Noon Kickoffs As Told By UGA Students
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Noon kickoffs are the worst. That is all. Enjoy in our misery.

7am: Wake up

I don't even wake up for class this early.

7:30am: Shower, do hair/makeup, and get dressed

There is NOTHING more enjoyable than putting a full face of makeup on at 7:30 in the morning. Brb, I'm crying a little.

9:30am: TAILGATE

The only thing better than doing a full face of makeup at 7:30 in the morning is going out at 9:30am in the early morning Georgia heat to squeeze by very hot, very sweaty humans in frat houses that don't seem to understand the concept of A/C. Still crying at this point.

11am: Head to the stadium... finally :')

If you haven't succumbed to heat stroke yet, you'll be inside the stadium. 11am heat is the 10/10 the most uncomfortable heat a human being can experience BUT the only thing that makes it even slightly bearable is knowing you'll see the Dawgs literally crush and demolish whoever we play :)

12pm-4pm: GAME TIME

At this point, your soul has left your body in the form of sweat, makeup, and hair spray. Oh, and that top half of your cute, American Threads two piece? LITERALLY dripping in sweat.

Post game

If you ACTUALLY stayed long enough to see the ending of the game and didn't leave due to an impending heat stroke: shower and sleep. Pls.

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