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These Photos Of The Obamas Reading To Kids Perfectly Describe Your Night Out

Michelle and Barack Obama hosted families for the White House's annual Easter Egg Roll on Monday. They played ball, did the Nae Nae and hung out with Blue Ivy.

The first couple also read "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak to a crowd of children. Unlike last year, when bees attacked, the Obamas managed to make it through the book with no problems.

Thanks to the lack of interruptions, they were able to spectacularly perform the reading of the classic book, complete with silly faces and monster poses.

But looking at the photographs from the reading, all I could see were moments from a night out.

You get to the club and immediately take two shots of tequila.

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The DJ is speaking to your soul, and you start hitting your groove...

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But then your friend starts texting her sh*tty ex...

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...and some creep starts hitting on bae.

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But, nothing can touch y'all cause this is your f*cking jam.

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Party on, Barack and Michelle.

Citations: First family hosts its last White House Easter Egg Roll (CNN), President Obama hosts annual White House Easter 'Egg Roll' (New York Daily News)