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These Insanely Relatable Cartoons Prove the Struggle Is Real For Millennials

From making plans and instantly regretting them to dreading Sundays just because the next day is Monday, there are certain things that many millennial women have in common. For those who look drastically different while working out, trying new makeup techniques, or just getting out of the pool than the influencers you follow on Instagram, one artist will have you laughing your ass off with her epic illustrations.
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