20 Michael Scott Laptop Stickers That Allude To Some Aspect Of Every College Student's Soul

20 Michael Scott Laptop Stickers That Allude To Some Aspect Of Every College Student's Soul

Who better to describe the struggles of being a college student?

College is rough for everybody, there is no denying that. We have all stayed up till 3 a.m. attempting to study for an exam we have no chance of acing and taken a nap when we have a million things that need to be done.

Whenever I am looking for new laptop stickers, the Michael Scott ones I see seem to be the most spot on examples of what the day to day life of a college student feels like.

1. When the professor says the exam should be straight-foward and simple.

2. When you look at your planner and realize you have 3 exams in the same week.

3. "The average on the exam was a 72%, which is actually not too bad."

4. When you watch drunk sorority girls making idiots of themselves at frat parties and it is even making the drunk frat boys uncomfortable.

5. When you walk into your required college math class and realize high school did not prepare you for this mess.

6. Your reaction after paying rent and buying groceries.

7. When the girls behind you in lecture won't shut up about their latest drunken one night stand.

8. That moment when you're taking an exam and realize you absolutely did not study enough.

9. When you're trying to convince yourself that it's alright to not wear makeup for the 9th day in a row.

10. When that annoying girl raises her hand in lecture to give another 5 minute soliloquy on her opinion that nobody asked for.

11. Watching a gaggle of spoiled sorority girls speed down the street in a G-Wagon and thinking...

12. When your drunk friend starts openly talking about the ugly weird guy who hit on you in class the other day.

13. When you've been struggling with your 5 page paper for 3 hours now.

14. When the TA leading your discussion session gets your name wrong for the tenth time.

15. "If nobody wants to answer, I will just start calling on people randomly."

16. When you're at a frat party and one of the frat guys starts hitting on you like there's no tomorrow.

17. When you get an exam back and did way worse than you expected.

18. TFW you're driving through campus and people just decide to keep walking out into the crosswalk.

19. When you go out on a Thursday night and get drunk, knowing you absolutely will not make it to any of your classes tomorrow.

20. An accurate representation of how you feel when your alarm goes off and you have to do it all over again.

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The 9 Most Life-Changing Target Aisles, Ranked From Best To Best

Let Target tell you what you need.


With the help of some fellow valued Target customers, I successfully compiled a list of Target aisles from most visited least visited. In doing so, I am convinced I broke Facebook by asking people to decide between aisles, but it was definitley worth it.

For me, Office Supplies is number one, followed closely by Home Decor. I like to think one day I can buy every single thing I see in each section. As a broke college student, that dream seems almost impossible. Target gives me hope, however, that if there is a will there is a way.

I don't ever want to say an aisle in Target is not loved, because no one actually dislikes a Target aisle. This list is simply to show which aisles draw people in the most.

1. Home Decor

"I need those pillows"

"The aisle with the decorative throw pillows that I don't need but I want so badly."

"Curtains and bookcases"

"I am a slut for blankets and water bottles."

"I could be in there forever. I have planned like every room of my future house in like one visit once."

"Chip and Joanna Gaines."

2. Dollar Section

"It has all the holiday socks for $1"

"I swear I spend 90% of my time in Target there."

"It is the most Target thing in Target."

3. Office Supplies

"I love me some colored pens"

"I am a pathetic sucker for a good pen and I love a good organization tool."

"I bullet journal so I am obsessed with pens/markers."

4. Beauty


"Even though I don't wear a lot of makeup, I somehow always end up stopping by those aisles!"

"Nail polish. I always gravitate to the nail polish, spend 20 minutes deciding what colors I like, and end up not buying any."

"The end of the aisles where the clearance section is because you can find some good things for like $2."

"Face washes."

5. Kitchen Decor


"Pots and pans, to plates and bowls"

5. Clothes

"Clothing, PJs, and socks."

7. Books

"Those 30% stickers really get me."

"Fiction books!!"

8. Food

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"Everything looks so good, so I stroll by just to test myself."

9. Technology

"I like looking at the new phones & Apple watches."

"One time I found a Fitbit on sale for $30 because it was an online return!"

10. Honorable Mentions

Candles, Stationary, Clearance, Baby Section, Seasonal Section

"I LOVE me some Target!"

P.S. - Shoutout to Anna for taking all these photos and to Syracuse Target for letting me do me.

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The Terrifying Story of H.H. Holmes

"I was born with the devil in me. I could not help the fact that I was a murderer, no more than the poet can help the inspiration to sing."


Did you watch American Horror Story Hotel? If you remember the character James March, I bet you didn't know that he was based on an actual person.

Herman Webster Mudgett was born in New Hampshire in 1861. He was born into privilege and was said to be very intelligent and had an interest in medicine. However, there were definitely some rumors about him from early on. Apparently, he would "practice surgery" on animals and he was questioned in the death of a friend. It was later found out that while in medical school, Holmes would steal the bodies of corpses and use them to make false insurance claims. There are speculations that he used these bodies in his experiments as well.

Herman Webster Mudgett changed his name to Holmes after abandoning his wife and child in 1885. He then moved to Chicago and was working at a pharmacy when it is believed he started swindling money from his employers. With this money, he purchased an empty lot in Chicago and build his 'Murder Castle.'

The building featured soundproof rooms, trapdoors and secret passages that lead guests through a maze of hallways and staircases. In the basement was a facility Holmes used to get rid of the bodies. It featured a crematorium and vats of acid. Some rooms had five doors while others had none. You could open a door that only had a brick wall behind it. Sometimes, it would be impossible to find your way out.
Holmes was able to trick so many people into staying at his hotel by promising them cheap lodging during the Worlds Fair.

Holmes also had a habit of getting engaged to women who would suddenly "disappear."

Holmes was arrested after attempting to fake his assistant's death for insurance. In prison, he told his cellmate about his plan and the cellmate later helped investigators to catch Holmes. He claimed to have killed more than 200 people at his Murder Castle, including his assistant and his two daughters. Some theorists even believe that Holmes was Jack the Ripper, a serial killer that to this day has gone unidentified.

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