Last week, we asked you to show off your school spirit by Tweeting or Instagramming your favorite “college” photos.
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“I was sobbing hysterically. I’ll never be able to thank her enough—she saved his life.”
Kristen Wiig sold hot dogs at the mall.
Peak excitement was watching your sibling say something rude or snappy to your parents because you knew they were about to get punished.
You’re seen as “weird” and “neurotic” because you DO give a fuck.
“Anytime I tell someone I’m an Atheist, I feel like they immediately think of me as a lesser person.”
“Coffee Addict”: You talk about coffee as if you roast the beans yourself, but let’s be honest—you use a Keurig like the rest of us peasants.
Asking permission for a sleepover at your friend’s house took 37 hours of mental preparation, a detailed powerpoint presentation of your friend’s family tree, and a signed contract in your blood saying you wouldn’t drink and would be in bed by 10pm.
Simply put, this movement of minimalism and purging is a straightforward means of coping with different variations of anxiety, stress, and even depression. And it totally worked for me.