50 Things I'd Have A Solid 50/50 Chance Of Doing Rather Than Study For Finals

50 Things I'd Have A Solid 50/50 Chance Of Doing Rather Than Study For Finals

We all had to take them and we all have always hated them.
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The week before finals is the worst week ever. What's even worst than finals week is studying for them. To give you an idea of how much I don't want to study, here's a list of 50 things I'd rather do instead.

1. Go to the gym

2. Eat dirt from a plant

3. Eat both, the plant and dirt

4. Drive my phone over with my own car

5. Wear high heels for the rest of the year

6. Burn all of my favorite cozy leggings and hoodies

7. Thoroughly clean my entire apartment, top to bottom

8. Get stung by 32 bees

9. Get stranding inside a box at sea

10. Pay 40 parking tickets

11. Never eat hot wings ever again

12. Only drink milk for the rest of my life

13. Work a 60-hour week

14. Jump out of a moving vehicle

15. Try to get to another state by only using a paper map

16. Throw all my money and valuables out my window on the freeway

17. Eat a banana peel

18. Gamble away all my money

19. Let spiders crawl all over me

20. Sleep with a hungry tiger

21. Let a stranger pick my nose

22. Shave my head bald

23. Dye my hair yellow and purple

24. Lick the floor of a train

25. Smell stranger's armpits

26. Sleep in a trash can

27. Nose-dive into a pile of needles

28. Drink sparkling water forever

29. Stare at the sun

30. Eat a pencil

31. Sit on a cactus

32. Watch my boyfriend play Fortnite for 38 straight hours

33. Play video games

34. Wait in line at an amusement park all day in the hot sun

35. Light my laptop on fire

36. Handcuff myself to the world's most annoying human for 24-hours

37. Drive a smart car

38. Eat boogers for breakfast, lunch, and dinner

39. Answer emails all day long

40. Buy and only wear crocs for the rest of my life

41. Stub my toe 67 times

42. Drink a warm beer

43. Listen to nails on a chalkboard

44. Build a clay home with my own two hands

45. Travel to California and back, by foot

46. Jump out of a plane

47. Co-star on the TV show, "Naked and Afraid"

48. Go shop for jeans

49. Smell a homeless man's shoes

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

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If you live under a rock and are unaware of what happened to the "Full House" star, here's the tea:

Lori Laughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli — and like 50 other celebrity parents — were found guilty of conspiracy to commit fraud, and paid a $1 million bail on conspiracy to commit mail fraud, and honest services fraud. You don't need to know what these mean except that she paid $500,000 to get her two daughters, Bella and Olivia Jade Giannulli.

I know you're wondering why they did it — tbh I am too — however, these parents paid the University of Southern California to give admission to her daughters in through the rowing team on campus, despite neither one of them actually playing the sport ever in their life.

Yeah, Aunt Becky messed up and should face punishment, but why is she facing up 20 years when men like Brock Turner are sentenced only six months for raping an unconscious woman behind a dumpster at Stanford?

I hate to bring up the gender card, but I'm pulling it: Why is Lori Laughlin — a woman who with bad judgement who used money to give an upper-hand to her entitled daughters — face more prison time than a man who willingly raped a woman who wasn't in a right state of mine (or any at all!) behind a dumpster of all places.

The answer? Because the system is a mess.

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The most that will happen to the Giannulli girls is an expulsion and a temporary poor reputation, however, Emily Doe (the alias of the survivor) will feel the consequences of the attack forever.

There should have been a switch:

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So, school is over now and I've come home. As expected I was so relieved at first. No more showering with flip-flops, no more listening to screaming girls running up and down the hall, and a space that is mine and mine alone. But after a week or so of being back, there are a few things I've already started to miss.

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Also, while seeing old friends when you get home is amazing, and there is always a lot to catch up on, you do start to miss your other friends too. Being in college means that your friends are going through similar things as you are all the time. You have tests together, clubs together, and sometimes you spend way too much time procrastinating together. The bond you begin to form is one you definitely begin to miss - especially when you guys don't live close off of campus.

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