The time has come. You’ve gone from a caterpillar to a butterfly ready to spread your wings into the real world (and maybe pay off a student loan or two). And just like all good things, you have to tweet about it.
Here are some of your best tweets about graduation.
— Katherine Beringer (@kathberinger) May 14, 2016
When you keep your bar wristband on from the night before at your graduation. #TSM 😂👌🏽
— Madison Szczesniak (@MadisonSayz) May 7, 2016
— Kerri Ann (@KDillon95) May 7, 2016
can't wait to put "yikes" on my grad cap
— California (@watsonCali) May 14, 2016
When you're practicing graduation pic poses in your mirror. #TSM
— Desirée Beal (@DeziMarcellis) April 29, 2016
When your big's mom starts passing out snacks in the middle of the graduation ceremony #bless 😂🙌🏻
— Christine Dunn (@eightine) May 14, 2016
Shoutout to Bruce for capturing my true feelings on graduation pic.twitter.com/HmdN1uTkt2
— Natalie (@naaatalie_s) May 9, 2016
— persia (@persiam_25) April 19, 2016
Using your pong table as an ironing board to iron your graduation robe. #TSM
— Emily Margaret (@margeybutts) May 20, 2016
The sorority paddle I just got for graduation pretty much sums up my obsession and overall college experience. pic.twitter.com/IhKtUSpOIM
— Janelle Archer (@janelleokc) May 7, 2016
Graduation weekend is when you see parents at frat parties
— Camille Drozdowski (@camilledrowz) May 15, 2016
Things I already miss about college: getting drunk on a Monday, dollar drafts, $2 rum and coke, sigma kappa…why did I graduate?
— Allison Zober (@A_zobes) May 16, 2016
"Graduation is like a mullet. Business in the front, science in the back."
— Kelsey Kuessner (@KelseyK10) May 13, 2016
This is why you don't go too hard before a three hour grad ceremony, kids pic.twitter.com/if9U6okr20
— Lucky Jo (@Lucky__Jo) May 15, 2016
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