21 Signs You Really Aren’t Prepared To Go Back To Uni
Your two months of achieving absolutely nothing is almost over. Time to panic.
1. When the summer started it seemed endless.
Like you had this infinite amount of time stretching out in front of you to do whatever you wanted with.
2. And then you suddenly woke up one day and realised it was almost September.
HOW did this happen?
when you realize summer is over, you move in tomorrow, and your life is a mess pic.twitter.com/T6lXNzoeao
— Meredith Ott (@Merebear_27) August 12, 2016
3. You haven’t achieved any of the things you said you would.
And now people are starting to ask about them.
when you realize summer is over and all your responsibilities are catching up to you pic.twitter.com/7LZX9SZ3Cu
— Sara Downey (@sara_downey) August 22, 2016
4. Aside from exhausting every show Netflix has to offer.
Teachers tomorrow: Jared what did you do this summer?
Me: uhhhh I did some fun things… pic.twitter.com/UY9RN3m2Vw
— Jared Ott (@JaredOtt_) August 11, 2016
5. You spent the whole summer saying you’d do things and now time has run out to do them.
6. You didn’t even meet up with half the people you said you would.
RT CollegeHumorLol: When Summer's coming to an end and you're tired of waiting for your friends to come through pic.twitter.com/pJRd2y25Xt
— Funny ish (@FunnySabr) August 22, 2016
7. And you aren’t ready to say goodbye to your home friends.
8. You still need to get work experience, or an internship, or start a LinkedIn profile, or do something productive so you aren’t unemployed forever.
But there’s no time for that now.
When you remember your semester is about to start pic.twitter.com/qCmZfR6mjZ
— Sierra (@SierraKealy) August 3, 2016
9. You haven’t even read the reading list itself, let alone the books that are on it.
when you're having a good time at the end of vacation but u realize u haven't done any of ur summer homework at all pic.twitter.com/7Ta8Zunn85
— ️ (@vcltrcn) August 3, 2016
10. And you’re already starting to think of excuses for when you have to confront your seminar tutors.
11. You’re more broke than you were when the summer started.
And why get a part-time job when you can just do nothing?
Lol the struggle when you know you should save for school but you want to end your summer right🤔😅 pic.twitter.com/a7mJDaZ9Tf
— Bruce Lee Roy (@D_Real3) August 12, 2016
12. But you don’t have any good answers for when people ask what you did ALL summer.
TWO MONTHS of nothing.
When I run into friends from school and they ask how my summer is going: pic.twitter.com/7P2nwPAlLy
— Sarah (@SarahMayer14) August 22, 2016
13. You’ve forgotten how to do 9ams.
And aren’t excited to be reminded what they’re like.
14. And you just know a two-hour seminar will feel longer than the whole summer did.
seungjun represents me when im in a boring class and suddenly gets called out pic.twitter.com/gzSe8PDZCH
— emotional jinhwan (@JINHWANK1M) July 6, 2016
15. You’re realising that this uni year will be even harder than the last.
Me when I realise summer is practically over and I am in for a bumpy ride this year pic.twitter.com/ARmPXJvLAe
— leon (@leonwoods64) August 22, 2016
16. And that the second you get back to uni you’re one step closer to graduating.
17. You’ve realised your mum was right when she said you should do your work as you went along rather than leaving it until the last weeks of summer.
But obviously you didn’t because you specialise in making life harder for yourself.
Me a couple months ago:
"I'm gonna be really productive this summer!" pic.twitter.com/gvhHL78lDy
— Evan (@theevfiles) August 12, 2016
18. And now you’re going to start the year behind everyone else.
19. Especially compared to *those people* who did all the summer work months ago.
And can’t wait to answer questions about it.
20. You’re simultaneously worried about making the most of the summer fun you have left, whilst trying to achieve as much as you can in the remaining weeks.
roses are red
the sunlight is beaming
what the fuck am I doing pic.twitter.com/8jx2OnSSlZ
— daddy appropriator (@zeldanarchy) August 20, 2016