The Stages Of Pulling An All-Nighter In College, As Told By Ross Geller
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The Stages Of Pulling An All-Nighter In College, As Told By Ross Geller

A collection of Ross Geller memes to get you through a night of constant studying.

The Stages Of Pulling An All-Nighter In College, As Told By Ross Geller

According to, this is the definition of pulling an all-nighter: an act of staying up all night, as to study or finish a task.

According to actual college students, this is the true definition: an act of self-loathing and cramming assignments overnight as a result of a heavy workload or procrastination.

In other words, HELL.

As I take a break from my own all-nighter and peruse Ross Geller memes, I realize that good ole Ross can accurately define the hellish ordeal of all-nighters for us procrastinators through memes and gifs.

So take a break from all that studying and read what Ross has to say.

Stage 1: When you tell people you have to pull an all-nighter and they ask...

Stage 2: And they say you won't do it. You'll crash before you can get anything done

Stage 3: You begin your long night ahead with a minor breakdown before diving into all the work you have to do

Stage 4: You do some work then take the inevitable meme break

Stage 5: You get back to work and *hopefully* get a lot accomplished before it starts making no sense

Stage 6: You take another break. This time for coffee, the magical liquid that revives you

Stage 7: The coffee wears off, it's getting late, and you're not done yet

Stage 8: You're deep in work and realize how much you hate your classes/professors for all this work

Stage 9: Early morning kicks in, people emerge, and see a crazy you in the library. You say...

Stage 10: The next day starts and you end up crashing in class

Stage 11: When you celebrate your survival of the all-nighter the next night

Finally, when you read this and feel bad for not studying, imagine Ross saying "We were on a break!"

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