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22 Things I Would Rather Do Than Study For My Midterms

Midterms are ALMOST as bad as finals, so why not procrastinate studying a little longer just like I did when writing this.

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22 Things I Would Rather Do Than Study For My Midterms
Gabrielle Micketti

Midterms are ALMOST as bad as finals, so why not procrastinate studying a little longer just like I did when writing this.

If you really are not trying to study for your midterms, like myself, here is another way for you to procrastinate.

1. Learn how to say the alphabet backwards.

2. Pluck my eyebrows.

3. Learn all the words to "Bohemian Rhapsody."

4. Talk about politics with my dad.

5. Take three Razor scooters to the ankle.

6. Drink boiling water.

7. Drink ketchup.

8. Touch wet food.

9. Listen to Fergie sing the National Anthem.

10. Watch any movie with Adam Sandler in it.

11. Read literature from the 1500s.

12. Find the meaning of life.

13. Play an ENTIRE game of Monopoly.

14. Become a Patriots fan.

15. Watch the entire Twilight Series.

16. Then read the entire Twilight series.

17. Eat wasabi ice cream

18. Watch Super Bowl 53 on repeat for 10 hours.

19. Stub my toe.

21. Clip my cat's nails.

22. Go to Olive Garden and not get any breadsticks.

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