Finlea Baxter, University of Oklahoma
“The fact remains that I am still a sexual kumquat.”
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Step one: Pick a topic that you hate.
‘Since people can’t seem to stand being left in suspense, I have spent the majority of my life answering that same dumbass question, ‘What are you?”
“You see, in my haste to try out my newfound freedom, I had forgotten one simple, inescapable fact: I’m lazy as hell.”
One of only two times a semester that we can encourage you to enjoy a Study Break without feeling too self-promotional.
They’re like heroin for your ovaries.
Finlea Baxter, University of Oklahoma and Guest Contributor
Everyone remembers their first time.
You’d grown soft over the holidays.
“And she wouldn’t stop once she heard the door open. She’d look around and see who was in the bathroom, wave and start up a conversation.”
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