Summer Classes As Told By "Parks And Recreation"
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Summer Classes As Told By "Parks And Recreation"

The Parks squad contributes to your summertime struggle.

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Summer Classes As Told By "Parks And Recreation"

If you're a student, you have probably taken summer classes. Whether it's to retake a class that you failed, to get ahead in classes, or just to graduate in time, we all know the struggle of summer school. As the normal school year comes to an end, let's take a moment of silence to remember the pains of going through summer classes.


You walk out of your last final, feeling triumphant that summer is finally here.

You are done!


You celebrate with all your college friends that all the finals are over and you finally get a break.

Party all weekend? Yes, please!


Then, suddenly, you feel dread.

It's like you're forgetting something.


Then, you remember that you're signed up for summer classes.

Why did you sign yourself up for summer classes?


Your calendar becomes a countdown of your days left of freedom, but you're smiling through the pain.

Or, you realize at the end of the semester that you signed up for a May-mester.


You get in your car to drive to your first class of the summer-mester.

Maybe it won't be so bad!


You walk in and immediately think:

Oh yeah, it's that bad.


You sit in class and wish that you were outside in the sun. Or maybe working and earning money.

Or doing something productive besides learning about Trigonometry.


Once class is over for the day, you realize that you have at least four more weeks of this class to deal with.

The end is near.


When you get home from your first day, you go to your pets for comfort and solitude.

Toby does not know your troubles, but Toby understands.


The days go on. You learn so much information that you're not sure that you can remember everything.

How can a four-week class contain so much information?


Then, you have to take tests during the summer.

As if your summer wasn't bad enough.


You also realize that you have at least one exam during the summer.

At least it doesn't get worse than this.


So, instead of enjoying your summer nights, you spend your time studying at the library.

Or you can study at home. Either way, it's a nightmare.


Trying to study with your classmates is a joke.

Unfortunately, some of your classmates might be doing worse in the class than you are. Pick your comrades wisely or just fly solo.


You end up like this the night before your final:

It's fine. You might survive.


When walking into your final:

Just remember, summer is at your fingertips.


After you finish your final for the class:

At least, until your next semester of summer classes start!


Have a happy summer and may your class load be light!

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