10 tweets that sum up every emotion of leaving Reading & Leeds festivals
It's time to say goodbye to Reading & Leeds festivals for another year, as thousands make the long journey home.
It's a conflicting, troubling and often exhausting experience but we've all been there.
Here's the full range of emotions everyone leaving Reading & Leeds will be going through. It's going to be a tough day.
After a weekend of festival food, sometimes you really just crave something of substance.
Camping's fun, but there's a lot to be said about four walls and a roof.
Others are going to miss their temporary canvas home.
Morning people are THE WORST.
Feeling clean has become an alien experience.
Pure, untamed relief
And if there's one thing better than a shower after a festival...
A few people will be experiencing a dark, dark despair as they unzip their tents for the last time.
A rare few survive the weekend with their brain cells intact.
Some people may still be trying to remember where they parked the car.
It's not the end of the world, but Monday morning at a festival can feel like it.