Senior Year As Told By Bob's Burgers
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Senior Year As Told By Bob's Burgers

There's no other family that understands laziness and procrastination like the Belchers.

Senior Year As Told By Bob's Burgers
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For many of us, senior year is drawing to a close. There are a lot of mixed emotions between wanting to leave school to do your own thing, and at the same time wanting the luxury of no responsibilities besides finding out when the next party is. Here is senior year as told by Bob's Burgers.

When you still can't figure out who you really are so you spend all of senior year trying to figure it out.

When it hits you reach the level of senioritis where you don't want to do anything at all and don't care.

When you realize you actually need to pass your non-major course in order to graduate so you kiss your professor's butt.

When you get a letter from financial aid requesting to meet with you for your exit meeting for your loans.

When your professors decide to overload you with work when all you really want is to go to the bar with your friends but you also want to graduate.

When you're highly considering dropping out but you only have a few weeks left so you give yourself a pep talk.

Your reaction when you hear "You know you have to get a real job when you graduate, right?"

When you don't do your laundry for two weeks and you know everyone's high key judging you for your outfits, but you don't care because you'll never see more than half these people ever again.

When it's finally Friday night and you can drink your stress away during happy hour at the pub.

When you can't make up your mind on whether you're ready to graduate or not.

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