50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Study For Finals
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50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Study For Finals

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50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Study For Finals
Deb Stgo

It's the worst week of the Christmas season: Finals week. It's a week full of crying, staying up all night, caffeine addictions, and most importantly, procrastination. There are just so many activities that take top priority over prepping for finals. Here are just a few of the things I'd rather be doing than studying for finals.

1. Pay back my student loans with my current bank balance.

2. Sing karaoke naked.

3. Eat nothing but soup for a week.

4. Have my tires slashed.

5. Be a designated driver on a Thursday night.

6. Get into a fight with a mom on Toddlers and Tiaras.

7. Listen to my family debate politics.

8. Tackle that huge pile of laundry.

9. Give the commencement speech at graduation without notecards.

10. Have my fridge stocked with nothing but Bud Light.

11. Be stuck in a twelve-hour car ride with no bathroom breaks.

12. Babysit newborns that won't stop screaming.

13. Individually count the votes in this year's election.

14. Give blood on an empty stomach.

15. Have my period all month.

16. Give up caffeine.

17. Cuddle with a boa constrictor.

18. Clean Buckingham Palace by myself.

19. Take a nap in the tanning bed.

20. Be forever alone.

21. Have to take a sobriety test every time I drive.

22. Crack my phone screen.

23. Have the ending spoiled to every television show I watch.

24. Shower in cold water.

25. Go on a Chick-Fil-A fast.

26. Win the lottery and give away the winnings.

27. Never be able to doodle in class ever again.

28. Force my internal alarm clock to be my only alarm clock.

29. Wear all white after Labor Day.

30. Have a nose like Pinnochio.

31. Forget how to speak English.

32. Only be able to sleep when the sun is up.

33. Get a tetanus shot every time I touch metal.

34. Shave my head.

35. Lose my phone charger.

36. Answer texts at 3 A.M.

37. Live without a microwave.

38. Clean the Wal-Mart bathrooms.

39. Substitute salt for sugar.

40. Wear socks with sandals.

41. Live in an Econo Lodge.

42. Watch Food Network with nothing to snack on.

43. Only Tweet once a day.

44. Baptize a cat.

45. Not check my email for a month.

46. Only be able to write in invisible ink.

47. Answer the door when Jehovah's Witnesses comes.

48. Give up chocolate.

49. Have a staring contest with the sun.

50. Procrastinate by making this list.

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