19 Familiar Stages of Being Hungover In a Uni Lecture
“You went out last night did you??”
1. The night before you had a choice: education or the sesh.
You chose the sesh.
When the sesh is life pic.twitter.com/DRk5PzQoSc
— Kate (@katy_wall) October 3, 2016
2. You convinced yourself it would be fine. But it isn’t fine.
Why did I get so drunk last night when I have a 10am lecture I literally want to fucking die right now
— commander spook 🖖🎃 (@restIessdreams) September 29, 2016
3. It’s a miracle you even manage to wake up, never mind get out of bed.
When you get back in from the sesh that late and set a timer instead of an alarm for your 9am lecture X
— KTB (@katieburketw) September 27, 2016
4. You check your phone hoping and praying you have an email saying it’s been cancelled.
5. You don’t have time or energy to look like a human. And you don’t even care.
Walking to a lecture hungover af like pic.twitter.com/1vH3IvXbZe
— Beth ☼ ☾ (@bethalyoli) May 13, 2016
6. You sit as far back as possible to avoid anyone noticing the state you’re in.
When you're hungover af in the back of the lecture pic.twitter.com/8mvy0KSpWT
— The Daily Touch (@TheDailyTouch) September 23, 2016
7. But it doesn’t work.
8. The mate who convinced you to go out saying, “we’ll be hungover together” doesn’t even show up.
9. Everyone says stupid things to you like, “did you go out last night then?” and “you’re looking fresh LOL”
10. You stare in disgust at all the people who actually do look fresh.
11. You struggle to keep up at the best of times, but this is something else.
12. You should be concentrating on the slides but you keep having flashbacks of your behaviour.
13. Every ten minutes you have to convince yourself you’re not going to be sick.
14. And people start to get really nervous around you.
15. You attempt to make notes but you really shouldn’t have bothered.
You won’t be able to read those back when it comes to revising.
16. Someone types really loudly on their laptop.
17. And the clock doesn’t move. No matter how many times you look at it.
Never look at the clock during a lecture bc when you look again, it probably hasn't moved
— Syd (@SydShubert) September 8, 2016