The End of Summer Feels As Told By Spongebob Squarepants
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The End of Summer Feels As Told By Spongebob Squarepants

Because Spongebob is good for everything.

The End of Summer Feels As Told By Spongebob Squarepants

It's here! Fall tuition is due, schedules are being finalized (who am I kidding?), and in a few weeks we'll all be back in Morgantown pre-gaming the semester away. Let's face it, though, right now we're in this weird spot of mixed emotions where we've just gotten used to being home for the summer, but we also can't wait to get back to campus and start creeping on all of our now classmates' Twitter and Instagram profiles. Maybe you're even excited to color coordinate your schedule and use this opportunity to get "organized" (LOL), but, hey, I don't know your life. Lucky for us, Spongebob has knows exactly how we feel.

Let's see how hard he hits the nail on the head:

1. Boredom

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By the beginning of August, you've been to the beach, the zoo, every pool party in your home-friend circle, cookouts galore, and maybe you've graced the presence of your fellow employees by deciding to show up to your summer job. Nonetheless, sunburns have been replaced with tan skin and everything there is to do has been done. Now you're just trying to find something new to binge on Netflix, even if you're watching The Office for the fourth time.

2. Anxiety

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Between freaking out that you've taken too many credit hours this semester and making sure your apartment/dorm room looks like it would at least get a three star rating in the "visually attractive" category, you've got a lot on your plate. Not to mention having to work out your financial aid so you can somehow manage to buy books AND somehow be financially stable for the first three to five weeks of class.

3. Excitement

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Let's face it, summer wasn't the same without you're squad in formation 24/7. Getting back in the swing of things and coming back fierce as ever sounds right up your alley. Not to mention all of the new classes, new people (to creep on), new friends, the chance to finally get organized. The phrase "clean slate" has never sounded so good!

4. Nervousness

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Your excitement about starting new classes just reminded you that you're starting new classes. OMG... how did we miss this? Not only have you RateMyProfessor'ed the opinions out of the entire general public, but you've also walked through your schedule it 15 times (minimum) in your head to account enough time to make it from Downtown to Evansdale between each class.

5. Relief

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Deeeeeep breathing. Everything will be back to normal soon. Thinking about all of the friends you'll soon be seeing and having your own bathroom again brings you back down to normal. I mean, let's face it: we're over the itchy sunburn healing phase, high waisted shorts wedgies, and ice cream melting before it even meets our mouth. Maybe we are over summer after all?

Just a few more weeks until we're able to hear random "LET'S GO"'s responded with a stranger's "MOUNTAINEERS!"

....... can you feel it now Mr. Krabs?

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