The Absolutely Sub-Par Day Of A College Girl, As Told By Rachel Green
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The Absolutely Sub-Par Day Of A College Girl, As Told By Rachel Green

Because, let's be honest, we've all felt her struggles at one point or another.

The Absolutely Sub-Par Day Of A College Girl, As Told By Rachel Green

If you've seen Friends one time (or twelve), chances are you've fallen in love with Jennifer Aniston's character, Rachel Green. She's a 90s television icon, who also happens to embody the attitude of a millennial college girl. With that being said, here are a few instances in which we can't help but think of how Rachel would have handled things --

Rise and shine! It's time to go to that one class you absolutely cannot stand.

Not only that, but looking halfway decent for class can be a struggle sometimes. Who wants to whip out their flatiron at 8:30 a.m., anyways?

The day is just off to a VERY subpar start. You didn't sign up for this.

You finally leave your dorm, and you try to keep things 'on a positive note'.

Taking a minor 'L' won't kill ya, right?

No matter how big or small your campus may be, you ALWAYS manage to run into that one person you do NOT want to see.

It's OK, though, because you always just give him/her a look comparable to this iconic hand gesture.

Otherwise, your day is going alright. You'd just rather be in your bed with your best friend, Netflix.

Just kidding. If you're lucky enough for it to finally be Friday or Saturday, you can't wait to kick it with your squad.

In that case, there's only one thing that absolutely MUST be done.

At the end of the day, we are all in the same boat and are doing our best. But, for now, we'll continue to relate to a TV character who is somehow still SO relatable nearly 25 years later. Love ya, Rachel.

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