10 Stages of a Commuter’s Life

Unless you drive a substantial amount of time per day to work or class, you don’t understand true pain. So many feels occur during your drive. You live a lifetime during that trip. You laugh a little, you cry, you become hopeful, you get angry, you die a little, and a few other feels jump in there on you, too.

Be ready for some truth right here. It’s about to hit real hard.

HOPEFUL: The start of the drive always looks promising


SMALL FLINCH: Then you hit your first red light



NERVOUS: You start singing to distract yourself


ANXIETY: Rush hour traffic hits real hard and cars are everywhere


ANGER: You suddenly stop moving whatsoever


FUMING: You realize you do this everyday and hate yourself for it


SADNESS: You just want this drive to be over


NOTHINGNESS: You are so over everything that you now have zero emotions


PROUD: You have enlightening moments where you

solve all the problems of the world and, most importantly, your life


TIRED: You have a parking spot and only realize your day has just begun


Told you it would be a rough ride.




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