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18 Stages of Wasting Your Student Loan Every Student Was Guilty of This Year

Wasting your student loan is one of the easiest things you’ll accomplish at university. It’s OK, though; we’re all guilty.

1. Realising that, at long last, the next instalment is in your bank account.

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2. And immediately alerting your friends that this joyous day has arrived.

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3. You suddenly appear to have no control over your spending.

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4. But you justify every purchase because you’ve been living off Value everything for the past few months.

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5. And, besides, you’ll worry about the consequences later.

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6. You decide that while you’re in such a good mood you might as well celebrate properly.

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7. And make sure everyone else is having as good a time as you.

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8. Which seems like a great idea until the next morning.

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9. You realise the extent of what you’ve done and start to deeply regret everything.

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10. And reluctantly accept that you’re now going to have to spend no money at all for a long, long time.

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11. While wondering how you’re going to survive the next few months. 

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12. Not to mention how you’ll manage as an adult.

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13. You find yourself constantly thinking of things you actually should’ve spent that money on.

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14. And yet still needing to talk yourself down from wasting what little you have left on more things you don’t really need.

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15. You decide that maybe someone else should be in charge of your money from now on.

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16. While consoling yourself with the promise that you’ll be more frugal next time.

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17. A promise that you keep right up until that next payment comes in.

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18. And you end up back at the beginning all over again.

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