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22 Sappy Thoughts You Have When You're About to Graduate

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College is the best. Like, actually the best, and graduating is actually the worst. What was that Dr. Seuss quote again, the one about not crying because it's over? LOL, not for us, thank you very much. We're crying most days, thanks to these thoughts creeping up in our senior heads:

"I can't believe this is my last..."

Last class. Last time at the campus gym. Last dollar slice pizza. Every single thing you do is a last, and it is so sad.

"I'm going to miss all my friends so. MUCH."

You keep hugging everyone to the point of near-suffocation.

"These freshmen don't know how lucky they are!"

So ungrateful.

"These really were the best four years of my life."

"What if it doesn't get any better than this?!"

It's all downhill from here. Probably not, though. Right?

"How will I ever repay my parents?"

The classic "Thanks Mom & Dad" on your grad cap is a good place to start.

"Damn I love this school."

You might also settle for getting married on campus. Or, you know, just visiting from time to time—as a last resort, of course.

"This is my home, ya know?"

Your owl never came, so you had to settle for U of Wherever You Went to School. And now you never want to leave.

"GO TEAM GO"

Every tailgate, you'll be there. Is there a prize for most dedicated alum?

"Is it just me, or is the quad/student union/library just breathtakingly beautiful?"

"MUST TAKE IT ALL IN BEFORE I LEAVE FOREVER"

"I wonder what my single best college memory is."

Girl, don't even go there.

"I can't graduate without completing my bucket list!!"

Going on a real college spring break? Check. That one weird school tradition? Not check! Maybe you should just stay an extra term.

"When I leave, won't it be like I was never even here?"

Haha, who are you kidding? Everyone will just be really sad and miserable all the time without you.

"College was just like I imagined it, but better."

Also like school and meeting people and stuff. That was chill too.

"My days are counted right now."

You since September ^

"My kids are so going to the same school as me."

Your future fam ^

"I'm not ready to be a grown-up! I need my mommy!!"

This is a legitimate concern, okay?!

"THIS IS SO UNFAIR"

Seriously, what did you do to deserve the impending doom of graduation? You know, apart from study really hard.

"Literally, I am so blessed."

"So like, wasn't freshman orientation, like, 2 weeks ago?"

"But can they really make me leave, though?"

"My life is over."

Everything will work out—pinky promise! And maybe you should listen to Dr. Seuss after all.


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