Student discouraged with back to school (+VIDEO)

Student discouraged with back to school. A Spanish student has gone viral by showing his total discouragement with the return to classes. His words in conjunction with his expression denote the veracity of the facts.

Student discouraged with back to school

The back to school is synonymous with reunions, joys, and an illusion for many children. However, as the years go by, it could be that these feelings are waning toward a more acidic tone.

The courses are becoming more and more demanding. The time that must be devoted to studies outside the classroom is greater and the pressure of the future lurks. All of the above causes several high school and high school students to have rather adverse feelings about the return of classes.

This is the situation of Pablo Castro, a teenage student of IES Galileo de Navia (Asturias) who was hunted by the news program of the regional television. The student was asked about his feelings after returning to the classrooms and had a fit of sincerity that has not taken long to go viral in the networks.

"Tired, unsuccessful, and well, since dead asleep", words that thousands of individuals have identified with. As is the situation of @MenendezFaya, who has published the clip on Twitter under the writing: "Thank you @TPAnoticias for giving us the video we needed to tweet every morning. Hugs, Pablo Castro." Student discouraged with back to school

In just a few hours the piece has had around half a million plays, as well as well over 13,000 'likes' and 4,000 retweets. Comments such as "this young man represents us" or "today I feel quite Pablo Castro" have been repeated in different situations as a result of the video.


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