We Feel Like We’ve Been Hit By A Truck And Set On Fire And These Tweets Capture That Perfectly
We appreciate the long break, but going back to work today is literally killing us.
Some say they have lots of energy and are ready to get back to work.
Yo regresando hoy al trabajo pic.twitter.com/1AsxEmfPTD
— iorch de la ciudad (@i0rch_) September 26, 2016
Rested, refreshed and ready to get back to the daily hustle.
With this newfound energy comes a whole new attitude.
— Batmansito. (@mauriciooverrdE) March 27, 2016
These people think that everyone at work MUST have missed them over break.
They’re ready to walk through those office doors a little something like this:
Yo regresando al trabajo ?? pic.twitter.com/WXSDhb5kZe
— Prinsexxx (@gabyzaa) July 21, 2016
On the flipside, there are those of us who are soooo not ready to go back to work.?
31 de Diciembre / 4 de Enero regresando al trabajo pic.twitter.com/9GaQKjTAQt
— Snap: RicardoKingss (@RicardoKings) December 31, 2015
The holiday spirit got us.
And we’ll be arriving to the office like:
Yo regresando al trabajo….. pic.twitter.com/AavvMNgfao
— HiatoMx (⌐■_■) ノ (@Hiatomx) March 28, 2016
More like stumbling in.
Just thinking about replying to all those emails has us feeling like we’re drowning.
Yo regresando al trabajo… pic.twitter.com/2nndKMDaTY
— yhakuma fi [天] (@yhakuma) January 4, 2016
SOMEONE SEND HELP. ?
Either drowning or exploding in a pit of fire. ?
Yo regresando al trabajo después de una semana de vacaciones pic.twitter.com/j26dGWoNDs
— Asif Nyeh (@israelrfe) September 19, 2016
There’s nothing in between.
Because trying to keep it together during the first day back at work is mentally and physically impossible. ??
Yo regresando al trabajo, listo para darle con todo pic.twitter.com/FzY5atamKv
— Daniel (@dglezschez) March 28, 2016
Try again tomorrow.
This is what the office looks like rn:
— Andrea ツ (@andreapilce) November 2, 2016
Literally, a scene from “The Walking Dead.” ???
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