College Student Can Relate To Joey Tribbiani​
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8 Ways The Typical College Student Can Relate To Joey Tribbiani​

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Fact - I have watched the "Friends" series, thoroughly, roughly five times over the course of the last 3 years. I never thought it would be as good as it is, and ever since I first watched it during my senior year of high school, it continues to be my go-to. I love all the characters and can relate to all of them in different ways. However, Joey Tribbiani holds a special place in my heart and always has me laughing.

1. Food is important.

2. A hug can go a long way to make you feel better.

3. It's a 50/50 shot as to if you actually understand what is going on in a given lecture.

4. And then it'll hit you and you'll feel like you have it all together.

5. Pizza is good any time of day.

6. Your brain will be in 600 places at once, whether it be drama or school related.

7. You live for Friday nights because they promise just a little bit of worry-free relaxation in the days ahead.

8. Joey Tribbiani has given us the perfect conversation starter for almost any given situation.

I highly encourage you to check out Friends if you haven't already. It's the kind of show you can watch to have some noise on in the background or to sit around with friends playing cards - maybe poker perhaps?

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