After spending some time in the library procrastinating everything on my to-do list, my friend and I found ourselves reminiscing on an average day in the life of a college student. We decided that it would be "super funny" to document what it's actually like to be a student at a large university. Sometimes college life isn't as glamorous as it seems.
First alarm. No.
Coincidentally waking up three minutes before my second alarm is supposed to go off. Still no.
I can sleep for ten more minutes if I just don't bathe for the third day in a row. *Snooze*
I actually wake up, but spend too much time scrolling through any and all social media platforms to avoid leaving the comfort of my bed.
Stepping out of bed.
Making my way to the car and leaving for class.
Fighting for a parking spot as if I was in the Hunger Games.
Finally made it to class (only seven minutes late) and find the furthest possible seat from the professor that made eye contact with me when I came in late with Starbucks.
Scrolling through Facebook and paying absolutely no attention to anything going on in class.
Debating leaving class early because I want to make it to Chick-Fil-A breakfast.
Ended up leaving class early. Just made it to Chick-Fil-A breakfast only to be told that they're out of chicken minis.
Made it back home. Nap.
Wake up for 1:30 class.
Frantically speed-walking to class from (yet again) the worst possible parking spot. Almost got hit (yet again) by a freshman/athlete on a hoverboard.
The professor didn't notice me come in late today because he was passing out the exam that I didn't know about.
Handed in the exam that I didn't know about and hope for the best. Worst case scenario I'll just change my major for the fifth time (this semester).
Made it home from class again. Nap, again.
Good morning. I'm not sure where I am or how I got here but I feel well rested.
Ramen, for the twelfth day in a row. I really need to go grocery shopping.
Get ready for pregame.
Super late to pregame but at least I'm here. Shots.
Time for bed after another overwhelming day in college.
First alarm. No.