All posts tagged: Pride and Prejudice

The British are Coming . . . and I’m OK with that.

A woman screams. Shrieking, at a wine glass breaking pitch, as she runs towards the huddled masses¬†down the street.¬†Her makeup running from all of the tears she’s shed in the last five minutes, her shoes are missing, because you can’t run for your life in heels. She finally makes it to the crowd. She collapses on the ground to take a breather, wanting to make sure she’s completely recovered before she tells her american friends the news. All of the women, and a couple of men, huddle around her. They wait silently, not wanting to rush her, but still waiting intently on the words to spill out of her mouth. She gets to her knees . . . raises her hands to the heavens . . . and screams: “THE BRITISH ARE COMING!” All of the girls continue to go buck wild, and as they say ‘fangirl’ very intensely. A couple of them faint, falling over the other girls, who find it not in there best interest to catch them at the moment. It’s more …

Give them good grades . . . and maybe some cake afterwards

Sometimes studying will always be boring, some subjects will just never be interesting (sorry macroeconomics). If only you had that motivation that drives those try-hards in your math class, those lucky nerds, they don’t know how good they have it. Or maybe your not even studying, maybe your writing an essay (or a blogpost), and suddenly the clouds open up and lightning strikes you, giving you that all foreboded writers block. “Dear God Why?” you yell at the heavens. When it comes to studying I’m usually the first one volunteering to drive the struggle bus, I have the attention span of a goldfish, but only when I’m really not interested in the subject. However, I’ve found a solution, and it came to me like I believe most ideas come to people. I laid on the floor after an amazing dinner during final exams week, and played some music from a movie I had recently watched (if you must know, you nosy reader, the movie was Amelie), suddenly all of my questions were answered, as if …