10 Times 'Friends' Described Working As A College Student
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10 Times 'Friends' Described Exactly How You Doin' As A Working College Student

How you doin'? A little stressed.

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10 Times 'Friends' Described Exactly How You Doin' As A Working College Student

No perfect explanation of school and work than the working friends of this fun twentysomething-year-old group.

When you get the day off that you requested

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Free time is VERY valuable.

When that direct deposit hits

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Its' a lovely feeling.

You to yourself when you blow your paycheck the first week

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The first week of a biweekly paycheck requires EXTREME self control.

Hearing your classmates that don't work complain about how they never have time

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Working while going to school really teaches you how to manage your time, the limited time you have.

When you're at work and remember you have an assignment due at midnight

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There is no greater moment of panic than this.

When your Ramen noodle diet starts to take a toll

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Vegetables? What are those?

When you and your favorite coworker are scheduled for the same shift

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This makes your shift much more enjoyable.

Getting off of work and seeing your college friends

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Work friends and college friends are a different breed, but you love them both.

Letting loose when you have a night off

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AND no early morning work or class.

When you're almost late for work

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You may know this feeling all too well.

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