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With both presidential elections and college applications come a lot of uncertainties about the four years to follow, so here are a few situations in which you might respond to a rejection – or just the uncertainty of application season in general – the way people have responded to Trump’s election.
When you maybe should have had a glass of water to prepare.
This is a tough pill to swallow.
— This is a sentence. (@sentsentence) November 9, 2016
When you just need a little comfort food.
Never underestimate how clutch a bowl of cereal can be.
— Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) November 9, 2016
When maybe it’s time to travel.
This man shall set me packing.
— Willy Shakes (@IAM_SHAKESPEARE) November 9, 2016
When you feel the need to make some radical and unnerving comparisons.
Is this what an arranged marriage to a creepy old man feels like for a young girl?
— Indie Claws (@Skullcat) November 9, 2016
When it’s time to make a movie reference in order to cope.
hey remember that scene in Titanic when the lights go out and everyone realizes nobody’s going to rescue them?
— Gore Vidal Sassoon (@JimmyJazz1968) November 9, 2016
When brevity doesn’t preclude melodrama.
a field day for worst case scenarios
— bklyn human (@bklynmike3) November 9, 2016
When you need to pretend like you didn’t try because who cares, really.
i’m glad i always went low
— rob whisman (@robwhisman) November 9, 2016
When you start thinking maybe this is all for the best.
Heal me from the inside, catastrophic reform
— Cynthia (@Super_Cynthia) November 9, 2016
When you remember you’re a millennial so technically you still have a lot to look forward to.
Let’s get back to doing the important things: Taking pics of our coffee & posting it online.
— PrincessCandyEmpire (@llvvzz) November 9, 2016
Just replace “elections” with “rejections.”
laying in bed sick with a case of the elections
— smexiye proncess (@savingkate) November 9, 2016
When you need to remember the important things.
Step 1) Close eyes
Step 2) Feel your heart beating within you
Step 3) REMEMBER you are worthy & loved
Step 4) Open eyes
(repeat as needed)
— SoulPancake (@soulpancake) November 9, 2016
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