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23 Stages of Going Home From Uni For The Summer, As Told By ‘Game of Thrones’

What in Seven Hells are you going to do now?

1. At first, you’re glad to be home.

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2. And excited to see all of your family and friends.

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3. It’s a relief to be out of your dirty, cold student house.

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4. And to actually eat proper home-cooked food on a regular basis.

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5. It doesn’t take long for someone to mention your grades though.

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6. And then question what you plan on doing with all of your free time.

“Err…nothing…?”

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7. Or what exactly you’ve been doing while you were away at uni.

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8. You quickly start to miss your independence.

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9. Not to mention your uni friends.

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10. Sooner or later, your uni contact you with your reading list for next year.

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11. And you discover that some people have already made a start on it.

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12. While others have been getting work experience or earning money in a summer job.

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13. And you hate that you’ve been made to feel guilty for actually wanting to just make the most of your holiday.

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14. Before long, you realise your days of freedom are numbered.

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15. And people start asking you if you’re excited for next year.

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16. Or if you’re prepared.

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17. You eventually decide to try to make a start on some reading.

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18. But you can’t get into the right frame of mind and give up quickly enough.

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19. By the time the end is here it only feels like you’ve been off for five minutes.

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20. And even though part of you is glad to be going back…

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21. You also suddenly feel sad to be leaving home again.

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22. As much as you’ve enjoyed being off, you end up regretting ignoring your responsibilities for so long.

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23. And kind of want to start counting down to next summer already.

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