Option #2: Go To Graduate School
Maybe you've already gone to college and as you're applying to jobs you're learning just how hopeless your situation is.
Then that voice in your head tells you "get a graduate degree, then they will take you seriously."
So you start to consider it, I mean you get to go right back to your structured, non-realistic environment that you're so used to (who cares that it's another $40k), and you get to delay "real life" for a little longer.
Now I can't say I have personal experience in this department, I actually dropped out of law school before the first semester (see proof above) because I realized how useless it actually was going to be (oh and it was $250k).
That being said, it doesn't take a genius to figure out what that route will take you.
Einstein once said, "the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result."
That's how I view graduate school, your undergraduate degree was already useless, so let's do more of that?
I've talked with hundreds of graduate school graduates (both clients and employees) and there is one thing that I've heard each and every one of them say "nothing they teach you in _______ school prepared me for real life."
Let's say you are able to get a job after you graduate, likely it will be in a cubicle, doing the same thing every single day, for 40+ years, while you drink it away on the weekend (sorry but it's true).