Being a senior in college is a lot to handle. On one hand, you’ve completely checked out of school, and on the other, you’re holding on to dear life because: loan payments, rent, job hunting, moving back home, etc. We like to call this senioritis, where everything and nothing matters all at the same time. Think you’ve caught the bug? You know you’ve got it, you’ve got it bad, when…
You laugh at the idea of waking up before 10 AM:
You did it for seven semesters, you good.
You consider going to class completely optional:
Let’s just see how I feel today….
You’re more worried about where you’re going to live come May than you are about midterms.
I’ve done midterms before, but rent? WHOA.
You spend 99.9% of your day thinking about what you’re going to watch on Netflix.
So much to see, such little time to see it.
You were going to study, but then you heard about happy hour, and it’s like duh…
You realize you won’t see some of these people ever again, you have to hang every chance you.
Your appearance is like, way low on the list of things you care about.
“Hey, that’s right, I’ll never see these people again — sweat pant time!”
You haven’t had a decent meal in weeks.
This is probably the last chance you have to eat junk food and have it have no major effect on your life.
You get a bad grade, you’re like…
You just can’t have those negative feelings anymore.
You tell your friend your skipping class, and they say you can’t because there’s an exam:
Quick, Google that ish.
You’re super emotional at little things, because you’re really going to miss being a college kid.
Adulting is hard.
What signs of senioritis did we miss?