25 Times SpongeBob SquarePants Accurately Described Your College Life

He may remind you of your childhood, but he shouldn’t have to stay in the past. Spongebob Squarepants and his Bikini Bottom gang are still relevant. I'm 20 years old and I still relate my life to Spongebob Squarepants and you can, too.

1. When you’re getting ready for a night out and want to make sure you’re looking your best.

2. Nothing is better than breaking out the dance moves at the club.

3. Your friend tries to talk to you but you can’t help but stare at that cutie at the bar.

4. After a long night on the town, you’re like…

5. When your professor says she posts the lectures online.

6. Remember when you thought you knew everything? College says: You know nothing.

7. When people ask you why you chose your major.

8. But then you bomb every exam in your physics class.

9. At times you’re so overwhelmed that just getting out of bed sounds like a little too much.

10. You’ve become really good at ignoring your responsibilities.

11. You end up finding the people you can be completely yourself around.

12. There comes a point in the semester where you no longer care about your appearance.

13. Nothing makes you second-guess yourself more than a multiple-choice test.

14. Before you know it, your whole life feels like one big multiple-choice test.

15. And all you want to do is quit.

16. And cry.

17. The only thing you are sure of is that food understands your problems.

18. There’s nothing wrong with eating your feelings, right?

19. ... wrong. I guess calories do count after midnight.

20. So you try to get in shape.

21. But your self-control and motivation just really aren’t there.

22. Trying to pay for college is like…

23. When the dreaded Finals Week rolls around, you're like...

24. ... but nothing is as rewarding as acing your exam.

25. And nothing is scarier than being a full-fledged adult, so you just plan to stay in college and be a kid forever.

There’s no denying that Mr. Squarepants and his Bikini Bottom friends understand college living. No matter how old you are, the sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea will always be applicable to our lives.