But I still have to write the paper. Dash it all.

Two large mugs of tea (very black, very caffeinated), three skittles (green and pink), one copy of Pride and Prejudice (borrowed).

This is all a college student needs to complete Literary Theory homework at midnight.

Maybe.

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. taethiel says:

    I feel ya, girl. I’m doing Spanish and botany instead of Lit, and it’s only 11 instead of midnight. But still. Doing homework when one really ought to be sleeping, with no end in sight – oh, the joys of college.

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    1. AnnaEstelle says:

      Two TARDIS-mug-fulls of incredibly black tea with too much maple syrup works wonders…jussain’.

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    2. Lulu says:

      Lol I like how you guys act like eleven and twelve at night is late. Plz >.<

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      1. AnnaEstelle says:

        yea, my junior year of highschool was much worse. I’d get done with homework around 2 or 3 in the morning most nights.
        but then I could get up at eight or nine, and wear comfy clothes all day, and not have to be professional, or have a formal job, or meet with professors all day…
        =P

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      2. taethiel says:

        Kind of what Anna said. Believe me. College is exhausting in a way you’ll never understand unless you’ve actually done it. It’s weird.

        Um. Yep.

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        1. Jacob Cullum says:

          Guess we’ll find out pretty soon. =P

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      3. Lulu says:

        Bring it on bucko!

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      4. Dragonslayer says:

        Oh please, it’s not that bad. You two are just trying to act all superior.

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        1. AnnaEstelle says:

          No. We just happen to be Juniors. While you, on the other hand, are just a dinky little Freshman. You will learn in time, never fear. You will learn…

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      5. Dragonslayer says:

        *smirk* So once I’m a junior I have the right to totally call you out on it? Because you know I won’t forget to.

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