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Thursday, October 3, 2013

With school back in our lives, we have to adapt quickly to our new  (or not so new) lifestyle.  Your sleeping patterns change, you insanity levels start rising, you are hungry at weird times (if not all the time); so if someone didn't know any better, one would say that we are going through a mid-life crisis.  Taking all this into consideration it is always good to know that having (or being) a good friend can definitely help with all of these wonky feelings. Think about it!!  Friends are there to either hear all the complaints you have or to provide a better environment for you to get over your whatever hassles your day has brought forth. Just look at plankton:

Plankton never talked to Spongebob to make his day a little better, had he done so earlier on in his life, he probably would of stolen the crabby patty secret formula and ruled over bikini bottom a long time ago.

.....aww why the long face Spongebob?
Spongebob: “because if he ruled over bikini bottom by himself, he will be so lonely, having no one to share it with!!”

Very true. Think about this comment; as wrong as it may seems, it brings up a good point. “Misery loves company!” Why does misery loves company? Because it makes people feel good to know they have someone to share their misery with.  As we stated at the beginning of the blog, college can be tough, but having friends can help ease frustrations and make the experience that much more rewarding. So go out and mingle you never know, maybe you will find someone to take over the world with!  Apparently Plankton is still looking. 

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