“Congratulations on finally being able to answer the question, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ with ‘I don’t know!'”

“Remember, it’s not the years in your life that count, it’s the number of times you asked the professor to round up your grade.”

“Graduation day is the only day where you can throw your cap in the air and then panic about what to do next.”

“Welcome to the real world, where you’ll realize that summer breaks no longer exist.”

“I spent four years studying for a degree that will only serve me during pub quizzes.”

“Remember, you’re not a student anymore when you start checking your bank account balance before answering the question, ‘Want to go out?'”

“Today we celebrate not just our academic achievements, but also our ability to nap anywhere.”

“You know you’ve truly graduated when you catch yourself using citations in everyday conversations.”

“The only thing I’ve learned in these four years is how to skillfully avoid eye contact during a group presentation.”

“Your potential is limitless, just like the number of coffee cups you consumed during late-night study sessions.”

“Congratulations on completing four years of preparing for a future that’s probably already outdated.” ENDURING FRIENDSHIP QUOTES

“Remember, the real world is not a multiple-choice test – it’s a never-ending essay question.”

“Today, we say goodbye to the days of sleeping in and hello to the days of paying rent.”

“The tassel is worth the hassle – until you realize that life doesn’t come with an instruction manual.”

“In the game of life, graduation day is just the tutorial level.”

“Goodbye, college. Hello, anxiety about finding a job in my field!”

“Remember, just because you have a degree doesn’t mean you know how to adult. Google will become your best friend.”

“Cheers to the days of all-nighters fueled by energy drinks! Good luck replicating that energy in the real world.”

“Don’t worry about the future – it’ll always be there waiting to surprise you with unexpected twists and turns.”

“Congratulations on crossing the finish line! Now get ready for the marathon called adulthood.”