16 Lessons You Could Only Ever Learn at University
All the things they don’t teach you in your seminars.
1. How to use passive aggression.
— Caoimhe Blair (@caoimheblair) October 12, 2015
2. Or, on the other hand, how to rise above it.
3. The true importance of pre-drinks.
4. And that every food shop should start at the reduced shelf.
5. How to get away with being hungover in lectures.
6. And how to answer questions with no real knowledge of what you’re talking about.
7. That you can live off pasta and basically nothing else.
another day of uni life, another day of pasta for dinner
— em (@heyem_) October 10, 2016
8. And that there’s no such thing as a clean and tidy student kitchen.
first week of uni I said I'd keep the kitchen spotless and now I'm living like this pic.twitter.com/xzPMmWzoFL
— shan (@shaannthompson) November 3, 2016
9. That just because you’re friends with someone, it doesn’t mean you should live together.
10. And that university is no guarantee of all-round intelligence.
Some people can't be left unattended in the kitchen at uni… pic.twitter.com/waF23FMeEw
— Jamie (@JamGre) September 27, 2016
11. How to spend an awful lot of money and have no idea what you’ve spent it on.
12. And that naps are a vital life skill.
University has taught me that you cannot survive without naps
— CHA (@CharIsabella_) October 18, 2016
13. How to write a decent essay at the very last second.
Pretty much me at uni😂 pic.twitter.com/v35bEMov7x
— laura king (@Laura93King) December 7, 2014
14. And that you would definitely get a first if your degree was in procrastination.
Me: I have so much uni work I need to do pic.twitter.com/LyH7p0U0OY
— Estefani Parada (@EstefaniParada) October 2, 2016
15. That you learn more in the last few hours before an exam than you do throughout the entire year.
This is literally me revising for stats. pic.twitter.com/6AXDjmX107
— Omar Al Zahrani (@NobleDoughnut) May 22, 2016
16. But, most importantly of all, that it is possible to do well without really knowing all that much.
Uni has taught me that you dont have to be intelligent to pass but instead be able to reference other's intelligence well
— Jack Pragnell (@kpizcsgo) December 22, 2015