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17 Things Every Arts and Humanities Student Is Guilty Of

Let’s face it, if you don’t sometimes feel a little guilty at university you’re not doing it right.

1. You claim that drinking helps you with your creativity.

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2. And you try to avoid learning theory at all costs.

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3. You’re proud of your really obscure taste in music.

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4. You love artisan coffee shops no matter how hard you try to deny it. 

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5. You much prefer doing group work to working on your own…

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6. Because independently it’s too easy to end up completely procrastinating about doing your work.

No contact hours = no work?

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7. You get way too philosophical when you’re writing essays. 

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8. And you’ve definitely been accused of thinking too much. 

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9. When you try to explain to your parents what you’re studying on your course they just stare at you blankly.

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10. You always end up getting into massive debates with your seminar tutor. 

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11. And you’ve used the excuse that grades don’t really matter because all art is subjective.

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12. You actually secretly get enjoyment out of doing some of your uni work. 

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13. But you have to avoid sounding like a pretentious student…

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14. You always end up over-analysing social situations.

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15. You fear becoming a ‘sell-out’.

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16. So you’re in complete denial about ever having to get a ‘real’ job.

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17. Because really, you have absolutely no clue what you want to do after you finish your degree.

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