Spring Break as told by 'The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
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Spring Break as told by 'The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'

No one understands a stay-cation quite like our girl Kimmy.

Spring Break as told by 'The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'

With the official trailer for season 2 released this week, everyone's back to talking about the eighth wonder of the world that is "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" on Netflix. While we still have to wait a month to be able to binge watch it again, we definitely remember all of Kimmy's season one adventures and failures. Whether your spring break is already over, or if it's just beginning, here are some of our relatable spring break moments, as told by Unbreakable.

Going out to eat seems so expensive when you can't just swipe your ID.

So you end up buying the cheapest thing you can find.

Your family asks you about college, and you inevitably have to tell them about the stressful tests and classes.

But you also get to tell them about the good times and share all of your great memories.

Being at home just means you want to do nothing, and it's always surprising when you find yourself with a to do list...

...And on the days where you have nothing to do, you find some strange ways to pass the time.

You'll probably see some people from your past that were never your favorites.

You're constantly looking for things out of your weekend bag, rather than just knowing where everything is.

You take advantage of the opportunity to finally sleep in late.

You make sure that you're always dressed lazily while you have the opportunity to be.

You miss your friends from school some days

But you talk to them all the time about how excited you are to see each other again.

After all, your friendship is Unbreakable.

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