A Charlotte Crosby Facial Expression For Every Step Of Exam Season
Struggling with exam season? Charlotte Crosby's face might help, over at MTV.co.uk
It’s that time of year again, brainy ones. Grab your colour coded highlighters, your packet of rainbow gel pens, your giant pad for mind maps and your lifetime supply of caffeine, because exam season is almost upon us.
We’ve got a long road ahead full of nothing but revision and regrets so exam season can be tough, but luckily Charlotte Crosby and her face are here to help you get through it – one amazing facial expression at a time.
Charl actually planned to go to uni to study criminology before landing a spot in the Geordie Shore house, so she knows a thing or two when it comes to studying.
Here’s the perfect Charlotte Crosby facial expression to get you through every stage of exam season.
When teachers give you a friendly nudge to remind you that you haven't got long left to start revising.
When friends start to create revision schedules that they're actually sticking to.
When you're knee deep in history revision and haven't got a bloody clue what's going on, who's who or what year it is.
When you can see your entire future life plan fading away in front of your very eyes.
When you talk to a mate and they reassure you that they've done absolutely naff all as well so don't even worry about it.
But then when you see them the next day and they tell you that actually, they did a couple of past papers and read a few chapters.
When teachers are forever going on about how this is the most important time of your life and you're investing in the future.
When you reflect on the past and try to remember a life before revision but can only remember eternal misery.
When you spend what could be very productive, intelligent afternoons doing nothing but testing all the Snapchat filters.
When you plan your foolproof, last resort escape to a far off land where exams don't exist.
When you think you've got plenty of snacks to get you through this hell, but remember that you already ate them all.
When you start to realise that you might have actually reached the point of insanity.
When the emotional, regret-filled breakdown kicks in.
When you emerge from your bedroom after four days solid of no fresh air, no vegetables and no contact with other humans.
When you look back on the days when you used to have friends, have a life, have any form of joy.
When you're pretty sure you won't ever have to use any of this information ever again so honestly what is this point.
When you think you've got everything under control but then realise the true extent of how much you've got to do.
When the only thing that can save you now is food.
And when you literally could not be more done with this whole situation.
Words by Lucy Wood
Cheers Charl. Now we're gonna hand over to Sophie Kasaei for some more classic Geordie Shore life advice.