You probably know that teenagers across the UK are receiving their GCSE results this morning. It's a bit of a nervous time for most, and many of them will have been up all night contemplating, well, all sorts of things.
But tweeting their nerves away seems to be the best coping mechanism.
Many will walk through the school doors like:
Many teens already know what their reaction will be when they receive their results.
Because results day can go one of two ways:
However, some have drafted up incredible ways to avoid failing altogether.
Some teens are already anticipating media crews rocking up to their schools to find out their results.
In a few years, when they're legally able to drink, this may be a way they'll deal with results stress.
But receiving your results is only one part of GCSE drama: Having to tell your parents is another.
The Year 10 students don't seem to be as bothered, because obviously they can retake the exams next year.
There were some indirects to older people, aka Jeremy Clarkson, who always have "words of wisdom" on results day.
And even some indirects to teachers.
But if you want some good advice, you can reach out to Heads Together. Good Luck!