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When the paper defeated you but you can’t leave the exam room early to make it obvious
Me saying I want to be like Diego Maradona
Mom thinking I want to be footballer
Dat thinking I want to do drugs
Wait a minute, how do I plug a USB stick into this $2000 MacBook? Apple
Today I went to toilet without my phone
There are 112 tiles in the bathroom
At this point we’ve accredited that we’re going to be paying for personal unimpressive bachelors degrees until my spouse and i die. At the very least it feels that way. Every one payment hurts, and what hurts a lot of is that it’s just a drop active in the damn bucket. But at least we not alone. These student loan tweets incredibly speak to our debt-ridden and depressed asses.
Louisiana State University recently tweeted photos of their insanely fancy football locker rooms which reportedly cost them $28 million to renovate. Louisiana is one of the most impoverished states in the country and the tweet had people asking why the school wasn’t making more of an effort to put that money toward education, or at the very least paying the athletes.
Here are some of the reaction tweets.
If you’re not familiar with what “manspreading” is, it’s the stereotype that men tend to take up more space than necessary in public spaces by spreading their legs. Women, on the other hand, are stereotyped as trying to take up as little space as possible by crossing their legs or keeping them tightly closed.
A student at the University of Brighton was fed up with dudes taking up too much room on the bus so she created an art project called the “Manspreading Chair,” which forces men to keep their legs closed.
Whether or not you believe manspreading is a cultural problem, you gotta admit that the whole thing is pretty effing meme-able!
Congratulations, grads! You’re now entering the real world, which means you’ll be enjoying some delicious instant noodles daily and crying over countless job-application rejections!
In all seriousness though, congrats on your achievement – getting through school isn’t easy and we really wish that college graduates were more appreciated in our world today. You know, with jobs and stuff…
Earlier this week writer Caroline Moss asked Twitter to share moments of their lives that seemed more like a bad movie than something IRL. She offered up a tale of being broken up for “not being Jewish enough” while at a National concert. During the set. Many of the responses to her request dwarf her experience in the cringe zone – here are some of the most painful tales we could dig up.