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The 18 Stages of Going Back Home for the Holidays

There’s no place like home.

1. Nothing is better than reaching the end of a long semester

Time to kick back.

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2. The end of term night out is what this whole semester has been leading up to

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3. Followed by the mother of all hangovers when you have to travel the next day

And probably just make your train by two minutes.

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4. You get home and have to unpack your life

How can moving clothes be so stressful?

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5. But you’re quickly spoilt by your parents

Yeh, of course I could go for seconds.

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6.  And also message all of your friends

wubu2?

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7. However, you quickly realise why you left in the first place

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8. This means regressing into your former teenage self

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9. You’re parents will ask you questions about your studies, employment and future prospects

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10. And make you do everything around the house

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11. There is no guarantee your friends will have the same holidays as you

So many days spent eating Cheerios in your pyjamas and watching Loose Women.

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12. However, there will be at least one, magical week where everyone is home at the same time

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13. And you party like nobody is watching

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14. But someone is watching

Mum, not while I’m hungover.

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15. And they remind you that you’ve still done no work all holiday

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16. And you squeeze a break’s worth of revision into two days

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17. You then have to pack up your life to go back to uni 

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18. But you travel back safe in the knowledge that you will return soon for another holiday

And almost miss your train again.

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Same again in 3 months?

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