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Even If It's Been a Decade Since Your High School Graduation, You'll Relate to Every Single Thing in This SNL Skit

Although high school graduation is a huge milestone on paper, actually sitting through one is an entirely different story. Thankfully, Saturday Night Live did a spoof on what it's like to attend a ceremony, and it's one of the most hilariously accurate videos we've ever seen.

The spoof starts by claiming James Madison High School's graduation will be the "most highly-anticipated event in town" before touching upon every aspect of graduation ceremonies that people dread — from the fact that the grads and family members sit "in direct sunlight for three-plus hours" to the salty speech given by the valedictorian.

Anyone who has ever attended graduation will immediately nod their head in agreement.

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