This hellish roommate described in this Twitter thread sounds like most everyone's WORST NIGHTMARE. Some people are really good at being the absolute worst. This right here, is the real MVP, in that category.
Were you (or are you) one of those college students that swore by cramming? Did you leave everything until the last minute and pray for extra credit? Professor David Red has some words for you. And they come in the form of popular memes. The St. Johns River State professor has taken to transforming everyone's favorite memes into some serious savage jokes about lazy students. While his meme masterpieces might trigger those of you who are still "studying hard," they're definitely pics that other teachers and graduates will relate to.
h/t Woke Sloth
Are you in college? Then chances are, right now you're writing an essay, studying for finals, crying, or perhaps even out drinking to forget about the pain. Okay let's be real, you're probably out drinking, avoiding all of your responsibilities. If you want further distraction from the studying you're not doing, have some memes!
Some people are just more delusional than we can ever fathom. Like this guy, for example. It's not a secret in this day and age that college tuition isn't even remotely affordable for most, but this guy went out of his way on Twitter to try to explain how he supposedly managed to pay his own way through his education.
Twitter users, however, dug up some of his old tweets, and let's just say that he wasn't being especially truthful...
Even though we're just at the tip of the iceberg of technological advancements, it seems like every second person is creating a robot of some sort. There are robots that deliver things to your house; robots that can perform heart surgery; and now, there's a sea urchin robot. Sure, I can understand why someone might want to create a robot to do a tedious task or perform it more precisely than humans can. But a sea urchin inspired robot... why? Well, I guess the answer is, why not?
We've all seen those insane college dorm room transformations floating around the internet now that we're in back-to-school season - you know, where a college student supposedly converts a hideous tiny dorm room into a gorgeous space that looks fit for a Kardashian. Well, people on the internet have started to roast these "transformations" and call them out for being fake, because let's be honest...what college student realistically has the time or money for that?
Have a look!
Perhaps Mouse Hunt had it right all along, and rodents are smarter than us. Scientists at the University of Richmond have trained rats to drive tiny cars towards food, suggesting that rats are a lot smarter than we've been giving them credit for. Consider that next time you try to outsmart the rat that sneaks into your kitchen.
About 100 jars of human brains went missing from The University of Texas at Austin years ago, and the school kicked off an investigation this week as to their whereabouts.
The brains were originally transferred from the Austin State Hospital and were collected from various autopsies dating back to the 1950s. The jars are each labeled with a date and a diagnosis.
The collection includes schizophrenics and one even belongs to Charles Whitman, the sniper who killed 16 people on campus in 1966.
A renewed interest in the mystery was sparked by the recent release of a new book called "Malformed: Forgotten Brains of the Texas State Mental Hospital." After news of the the missing brains spread online, it was reported that the brains ended up at University of Texas in San Antonio, but this turned out to be incorrect, according to the New York Times.
Have you seen these brains?