Ahh, the sweet smell of waiting to do nothing.
Yup, that’s where I’ve been for the last two weeks.
I’ve been talking myself out of endless assignments because if it’s due tomorrow, I’ll do it tomorrow–not joking.
I mean, the art of procrastination is an intense skill. I’ve been trying to procrastinate procrastinating, but I’m even failing at that. It’s just that procrastinating has become such a huge part of my life…I’m not sure what my world would be like without it.
It would just be weird…you know?
So with the help of a few Tumblr Gifs, I can accurately walk you through the current phases of my life as I brace finals week head-on.
As we all know, procrastination is a cycle that looks a lot like this:
Now, once you’ve entered the cycle, it’s obvious that there are no exits. I can admit, I’ve actually tried to break the cycle–it’s harder than it looks, seriously–but somehow I get sucked back in. Just the other day I was telling myself how I was going to write my speech three days before hand.
But then this happened…
Now three days have passed, and here I am…writing my speech less than twenty-four hours before it’s due.
It’s like no one understands! I can’t help that I get distracted and suddenly develop ADD while I’m doing homework….It just happens…okay.
And we’re not even going to mention those assignments that profs slip in at the end of class….
Like, was that even on the syllabus? IT’S DUE TOMORROW? WHAT IS LIFE????!!!
Then I find myself like this…
Because I don’t want to stay up all night writing a twenty-page book report.
And If I get that paper done before midnight….
Welp, you’re darn skippy that I’m going to look a whole lot like that image above because no one wants to pull an all-nighter, and if they say they do….well, then they obviously don’t value sleeping like the rest of the college students I know.
So, there you have it, folks! Here’s Procrasti-Nation at it’s finest…have you joined yet? Ha, I know I sure have.
But, seriously, I really have to get off this blog because even as we speak, I have a whole lot homework to do.
Over and out, Homies!