10 Hamilton Quotes That Describe Everyone’s End-of-Term Aesthetic

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By Abby Lass and Deana Korsunsky

1) Your mom as you lie on the floor, unable to move after your final test:

“Is he breathing is he going to survive this?”

2) Your teacher reading the essay you wrote at 2 am the night before:

“Your sentences border on senseless.”

3) You and your friends trying to remind yourselves that you have value outside of your grades:

“I’m a shiny piece of coal.”

4) You back in November planning the best way to do your term-long assignment:

“For the first time I’m thinkin’ past tomorrow.”

5) Your dad as you desperately complete your term-long assignment hours before it’s due:

“Why do you write like you’re running out of time?”

6) You trying to explain to your teacher why you didn’t do your homework:

“We push away what we can never understand. We push away the unimaginable.”

7) You to your best friend and fellow group member when they don’t do any of the work on your giant project:

“You forfeit all rights to my heart.”

8) You when you’re trying to explain to the adults in your life why teenagers have a hard time staying on top of their lives around this time of year.

“We are outgunned, outmanned, outnumbered, outplanned.”

9) Your teacher after listening to your less-than-valid excuses:

“Awesome. Wow.”

10) You now that it’s all over:

“Look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now.”

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Abby Lass is the managing editor of arts and an avid reader of Percy Jackson. She has a deep passion for overzealous rants, overcommitment, and excessive analysis.