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Being Home for Summer, as Told by 'Modern Family'

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Your friends are teaching English in Thailand, vacationing in Mexico and interning in brand new cities. But you, however, find yourself sitting on the couch in your living room, watching Bachelorette reruns after your internship or job. Whether your internship is in your city or you’re spending the summer working to save up for that Eurotrip (or you're just watching Netflix), here are some unavoidable—and utterly Modern Family—aspects of being home.

Your younger siblings have grown up a little bit... or not.

Your parents have become interested in a few new things...


You suddenly have to remember how to drive again.

No one from home understands your sophisticated college style.

No one is as excited as you are to hear the neighborhood gossip.

Certain family stories resurface.

It's time to plan (or endure) the family vacation.

Your pita chips disappear from the pantry in a matter of hours.

You get to look through family photos again and are constantly reminded of your less-than-perfect seventh-grade bangs.

Your parents develop new texting habits.

And they're a little confused about the "cool-kid lingo."

Sometimes you feel a little unproductive spending your fifth Saturday in a row watching TV.

But in the end, you know there's no place you'd rather be.


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