Your First Week of Classes As Told By The Real Housewives
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Your First Week of Classes As Told By The Real Housewives

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Your First Week of Classes As Told By The Real Housewives
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Yay! Your first week of classes are officially done, and you have encountered many things over the course of 5 days. You have been in classes that you know absolutely everyone, and you have also been in classes where you know absolutely no one. Below, our favorite housewives can relate to the various things surrounding the first week of classes.

Oh, the joy of having 8 am's Monday, Wednesday, and Friday! With that, comes getting up at 6:30 or 6:45 to get your day started! But, in result of that, you look like a zombie walking around all day...

Realizing you have an afternoon lab on Mondays and Wednesdays, and just wanting to give it all up.

Walking into a class where you know everyone, because #SQUAD.

Waking up on hump day, and being so proud of yourself that you have made it this far through the week without sobbing.

Finding out that you have a quiz in one of your classes on the first week, and contemplating whether or not to do an organized student walk out.

And finally, the sweet taste of Friday that you have waited for all week. Only 4 classes to go, and you will have 2 days to relax. Until next Monday...

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