The Week Before Your College Finals, But It's All 'SpongeBob' .GIFs
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The Week Before Your College Finals, But It's All 'SpongeBob' .GIFs

It is nearing the end of the year... I don't know if it's just me, but things are just a little bit harder and people are just a little more annoying than the beginning of the year.

Here are some things that happen leading up to finals (and basically all the time) as told by "SpongeBob Squarepants."

1. You start to fall asleep in class

These classes are a real snoozefest toward the end of the year. It's just a bunch of review or stupid games for sour patch kids. (True story). Especially in the morning, I struggle to even keep my eyes open and not let my face smack into the desk.

2. Technology really doesn't know what it's doing

From not connecting to the freaking wifi to making you sit and try and indent your outline correctly for 30 minutes. This was me yesterday, I no joke almost cried trying to indent an outline in Word. Technology can really be a pain in the butt.

3. You have a lot to do but don't really want to do it

Why do I always find myself needing to do stuff but not finding the will to do it. I just choose to watch seven seasons of "Shadowhunters" or YouTube videos about people eating 10,000 calories. Then, it all piles up and is due at like midnight and the panic sets in. Just me?

4. You stop caring what you look like

I have given fewer craps than ever about my appearance. Because at this point who even cares if you show up to class in the clothes you wore to bed? No-one. That's the beauty of college.

5. You eat pretty much anything, anywhere

Once those dining dollars start dwindling, you are eating the most random crap. Also taking hella fruit from EHall. I also cannot even count how many times I have eaten on the floor, sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.

6. Those tour people ask you a bunch of directions and stuff

I'm also kind of terrified of the day that I don't know where they need to go and I just send them in the wrong direction. Also, living in a dorm puts you at kind of a disadvantage because tour groups have literally walked in on me twice in my crop top and hoop earrings, pajama pants, accompanied by my hair in the biggest rats nest on planet earth. I guess this way they will know what college is actually like.

7. You literally can't stand people

I guess this is just the introvert in me, but sometimes other people are just not what I want to encounter. Especially when you woke up from your nap late and are speeding walking to class or when you need to get stuff done and random people walk into your room and start talking to you. I can't.

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