Victory post

So it’s a little late (4:36 a.m. by my watch) but this post is absolutely necessary.

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I just finished writing my last undergraduate English essay! And the people who live above me ALMOST complied with my iffy writing schedule. Usually they thump and bang and move furniture and go bowling and compete in the lumberjack games from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., my normal writing time. But today, because I was hungover and started writing late, they managed to hold off until JUST NOW! Which is super, because I’m no longer writing – only trying to sleep! I’m super glad they decided to go out on the clangy metal fire escape and start yelling at each other at 4:39 a.m. It’s just the best. So thanks, upstairs neighbours, for kind of helping me write my last undergraduate English essay but not at all helping me sleep.

If there’s anything undergrad has taught me, it’s that sleep is for the weak. Also that student lounges are for the nap.

With that, I rush merrily off to the printer this eve morn and whip off my last undergraduate English essay to hand in in approximately six hours! HUZZAH!

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Wednesday is the new Tuesday

So because yesterday was supposed to be comic day, but I was busy writing a 12-page paper for Irish class, I had to postpone the posting till today and declare today officially Tuesday instead. So set your calendars accordingly.

I don’t understand this. If your phone rings while you’re in the bathroom, occupado shall we say, WHY on earth would you answer it?? (As a sidenote – my mum calls this “multitasking.” Hang up if she tells you she’s multitasking.)

Whenever I hear a phone ring in a public bathroom, and the person actually picks up, I always flush immediately. Because you are being weird and making me uncomfortable, and toilet-flushing is a risk you knew you were taking when you picked up that phone. DEAL WITH IT.