50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Wake Up For School
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50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Wake Up For School

A compiled list of things I'd rather be doing.

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50 Things I'd Rather Do Than Wake Up For School
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My fellow Odyssey contributor (Emma Wooten) collaborated with me for this article, as we share a hatred for waking up early for school. My ideas are in the regular print, her ideas are in the bold print. Here is a list of things we would rather do than wake up at 5:30am for school:

  • Not wake up at all for school
  • Step on a Lego
  • Clean my entire house
  • Pour lemon juice on a paper cut
  • Be forced to watch every single episode of The Twilight Zone (I hate this show with my entire being)
  • Eat a spoonful of salt with every meal
  • Trip up the stairs
  • Trip down the stairs
  • Sleep with my closet doors open (one of my biggest fears because monsters)
  • Fix crooked window blinds all day
  • Eat a lot of radishes (radishes taste like onions on steroids- no thank you)
  • Deal with a really touchy self-checkout register at the store and have an employee have to keep checking on me (not a fan of public attention)
  • Hear nails on a chalkboard through headphones all day
  • Put fitted sheets on beds all day long (do not fight me on this either I work up quite the sweat)
  • Walk around in broken flip-flops all day
  • Hit every red light on a long drive
  • Accidentally shower with socks on
  • Fall flat on my face in front of a large crowd
  • Have my water bottle spill all over my backpack with all my school stuff in it
  • Kiss a snake
  • Stub my toe
  • Eat the heel of a loaf of bread
  • Get a paper cut in between my fingers (the worst kind- don’t fight me)
  • Buy food from a vending machine and have it get stuck inside
  • Lose all the contacts on my phone (again)
  • Buy another item of food to get the first one loose from the machine and have that one also get stuck
  • Miss my mouth while eating something and having it spill on my clothes
  • Get a cart at the grocery store with a wonky wheel
  • Listen to country music for a whole day
  • Look at the clock at 11:12
  • Push a door you're supposed to pull or vice versa in public
  • Wear my top inside out
  • Shatter my phone screen
  • Go a whole day without realizing I had food stuck in my teeth
  • Shower with sunburn
  • Be in a room with ten spiders
  • Accidentally bite my tongue
  • Give my phone to someone else and find that they've changed all my contacts to their name
  • Forget my headphones when I need them
  • Drink water from the Dead Sea
  • Tangle my necklaces together and having to spend 8 years untangling them
  • Eat dirt
  • Be electrocuted (just a little though)
  • Listen to silverware scrape against a plate
  • Relive my middle school years (jk too far)
  • Drive over a nail and get a flat tire
  • Spill nail polish remover
  • Get stuck in an elevator for an hour or more (I am terrified of tight spaces and elevators)
  • Hold my hand over a fire
  • Trip on my laptop cord, fall, and bring the laptop down with me
  • Get my face ripped off by a pet monkey
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