Reading Daze, Succinctly

All of these people once experienced reading daze

All of these people once experienced reading daze

So. The school gave you a whole four days to catch up on your work and study for your midterms, and you spent it in bed watching Gilmore Girls. It’s okay, you’re not alone. The following are one-sentence encapsulations of the long weekend, made anonymous to protect the innocent:

“Sleeps and weeps.”

“Pursued relentlessly by the shades of assignments I should be doing.”

“Two headed duckling.” (This one was not explained in the least. I’m scared.)

“A haiku:
So hungover now
I’m ready for winter break
No reading happened.”
“I’m waiting to talk about it with my therapist.”
“Ridiculously chill and mildly working.”
“Leaves change…so do temperaments.”
“Kenyon orgy.”
“Seasons and haircuts grow shorter.”

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