Defining Terms: Summer Shock

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summer shock: (noun) 1. The overwhelming feeling of boredom experienced between 1-4 days after  commencement of any significantly long break. 2.  The realization that there remains nothing of interest in one’s hometown. 3. The inability to process the absence of schoolwork during a break.

from The Initial Dictionary of Macronomy, 2nd. Ed.

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