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5 October 2017, 16:19
Just a warning.
Going to uni can be a stressful experience, but you can always rely on your parents to make things better.
Here’s the text messages that you can almost definitely expect to receive during your first couple of weeks:
… despite you doing your A-Levels and getting onto the course.
Told me Dad a million times I'm doing a film and tv module and he's still text me saying "don't get why you're watching GOT at uni" pic.twitter.com/qheuKW4Mkr— Charlotte (@charlottes0phia) September 25, 2017
… but in this case, they just play a bit of a prank on you.
My dad has just text me saying he's transfared me some money for Uni, he's sent me £1 pic.twitter.com/g3YQDLGjz5— cerys.ellen (@cerys_ellen) September 4, 2017
… because it can get lonely, y’know?
my mum has text me good morning and goodnight every day that i've been at uni she's so pure— chels (@brieIrsons) September 26, 2017
… but resort to texting instead.
Being at uni is having to text my mum to discuss the programmes we usually watch together at home— Beth Doherty (@Beth_Doherty) September 26, 2017
… and just tell you to get over being broke, tired and probably a bit hungover.
No way has my mum just text me to ask how uni is going and when I reply, simply says "welcome to being an adult." absolutely sound x— Lizzie (@lizzieeasdfghjk) September 27, 2017
… and just for a split second, you can feel your heart break a little bit.
My mum just text me to ask if I wanted to come down for ice cream. I'm at uni :/— tilly (@tillywiggins) October 1, 2017
… because uni life is broke life.
mum just text me saying she's bringing me homemade lasagne and brownies to uni tomoz, it's like she knew I needed some hungover tlc x— grace (@grac3grace_) September 23, 2017
… *enter all the heart broken emojis here*.
Reasons to drop out of uni: this text from my mum pic.twitter.com/DdOeHbchCA— rhi (@vinumxsabbathi) October 4, 2017
Although, if you're a bit bored at uni, there is a new Game of Thrones game to get stuck into...