50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Take My Inevitable Spring Semester Midterms
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50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Take My Inevitable Spring Semester Midterms

Spring Break season is upon us and before then, it can only get worse before it gets better.

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50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Take My Inevitable Spring Semester Midterms
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Ah, its the week before Spring Break and you're counting down the days, hours, and minutes until you're sleeping your life away or on a beach. But before you get to the Spring Break season, you have to face the inevitable...MIDTERMS.

Oh, yes, those dreaded exams in the midst of getting ready to have a week off school. Unless you're the 1% that likes midterms, then you'll definitely understand the pains of all 99% of the rest of us.

1. Work out.

2. Get run over by an exotic sports car.

3. Go to the doctors or dentist.

4. Sit in traffic.

5. Clean my room.

6. Write a 10-page paper.

7. Do dishes with wet food on them.

8. Fold a fitted sheet.

9. Break an actual leg.

10. Wear a prom dress to class for the whole semester.

11. Waitress a table of 10 cranky old people.

12. Burn my hair off with a hot curling iron.

13. Shave all my hair off.

14. Drink spoiled milk.

15. Bathe a cat.

16. Drink pickle juice.

17. Run around campus five times.

18. Drive around the parking lot and not find a parking spot.

19. Take public speaking twice.

20. Crack my iPhone screen.

21. Ask my crush out on a date.

22. Read the dictionary, cover to cover.

23. Run a half marathon.

24. Wake up in the morning next to my ex.

25. See my ex again.

26. Fall in love with my ex again.

27. Wash my darks and whites together.

28. Get rid of all social media.

29. See a family member in the nude.

30. Not being able to drink coffee anymore.

31. Stand in a long line at the amusement park.

32. Find an actual needle in the haystack.

33. Stare at a solar eclipse happening.

34. Babysit a bratty, spoiled teenager.

35. Re-watch all of the history movies I watched in high school.

36. Watch someone play Fortnite.

37. Sleep next to someone who drools or/and snores.

38. Sleep through all my alarms to miss work.

39. Get a sunburn on my butt.

40. Lose my unassigned assigned seat.

41. Watch a snap story of someone at a concert.

42. Spend the night in a frat house.

43. Get a $200 dollar speeding ticket.

44. Go grocery shopping with toddlers.

45. Re-organize a shopping rack at the mall.

46. Buy brand-new white shoes to just get them dirty.

47. Only communicate with my Kik account.

48. Go on a juice cleanse.

49. Talk to people I graduated high school with.

50. Make a list of 50 things I'd rather do than take a midterm.

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