17 Thoughts You Have While Working Over Spring Break, As Told by "The Office"
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17 Thoughts You Have While Working Over Spring Break, As Told by "The Office"

Dunder Mifflin Understands.

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17 Thoughts You Have While Working Over Spring Break, As Told by "The Office"
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Not all of us college students get to go on lavish spring break trips. Instead, we have to spend our break waking up just as early as we had to for class and go through the daily grind--just like the people at Dunder Mifflin. In fact, the cast of "The Office" describes working over spring break pretty well.

1. Michael knows the reason you have to work over break in the first place...


2. You start off with a good attitude...mostly...

3. But then you see that first Instagram beach picture, and it all goes downhill.

4. It's like they're targeting you.

5. You begin to get restless at your job.

6. And your bitterness causes you to slack off a bit.

7. Every customer begins to get on your nerves.

8. You imagine yourself in a happier place with your friends.

9. But you're not.

10. You start to think how your college friends will remember you.

11. You have to pretend you're happy. They're all having fun without you.

12. But inside you're weeping.

13. And you start to question why you're even saving money in the first place.

14. But then the pictures start getting sketchier...

15. And you try to counsel your friends from afar.

16. You're suddenly glad you're saving your money and chilling at home.

17. But you're still happy (and only slightly resentful) when they get back.

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