Pulling all-nighters, taking careful notes and learning how to speed read are just a few of the things you learn how to do in university (not well, but at least you learned, right?). While everyone may not be as skilled at chugging back three cups of coffee before 12 p.m., here are a few life skills everyone masters at some point or another during their collegiate years.
1. College Jenga
The garbage shoot down the hall is just too damn far, so how can we delay the inevitable? By finding new and creative ways to stack our mess without having it all come crashing down.
2. Meal Plan Bartering
“I ran out meals this week and I heard you’re going home this weekend. Can you buy me lunch with your meal plan before you leave and I’ll get you some pizza pockets when you get back? Thanks, bud.”
3. How Start Your Weekends On Thursdays
It’s the reason why people avoid Friday morning classes.
5. How To Get Ready For Class In 10 Minutes
Packed your notebook? Check. A pen? Check. Are you wearing pants? If pajama bottoms count (and they do), check.
6. The 10 Second Tidy
The Big Comfy Couch tried to teach us, but it takes a special visit from a here’s-to-hoping-they-become-more-than-just-a-friend to really force us to perfect this skill.
7. How To Deface Public Property
Those pair of boxers that were left in the dryer for over five hours are also now public property.