I thought it was time to change things up a bit. (Honestly, I just couldn’t think of another how-to.) So this Tuesday I will tell you 10 things I learned in High School. Don’t worry I’m not explaining math equations or English grammar.
Number one: Homework is just a way to separate the brainiacs from the slackers.
Number two: Teachers actually know what they’re talking about. Also, they aren’t deliberately trying to get you to fail. They actually want you to pass your tests.
Number three: Having your period is always a good excuse to get out of pretty much anything. Super effective on male teachers (yep, that’s a Pokemon reference).
Number four: Google knows the answers to all your questions, you just need to know where to look. Also, Wikipedia is your best friend.
Number five: Papers are 50% bullshit and 50% Wikipedia summaries.
Number six: There’s no cure for procrastinating.
Number seven: There’s always someone who got a higher grade.
Number eight: There isn’t such a thing as a cool kid. Everyone is awkward in High School.
Number nine: Deadlines are overrated.
Number ten: Grades don’t say anything about your intelligence.
Have a nice Tuesday.