I've known about this research paper since the beginning of the month. The beginning of the term, really, but the teacher kindly reminded us all about it around April 3rd or so. I've even looked at the three-sentence description of the paper in the syllabus, qualifying that as figuring out my topic.
What I'm trying to say is, I should have had this done yesterday.
But since it's not done, naturally I need snacks, right? So then I ask myself: Would my family begrudge me popping popcorn with an air popper at eleven o'clock at night? Yeah. Yeah they would.
I didn't want popcorn anyway. It would make my keyboard greasy with the excess amounts of butter I top it with.
The problem with snacks, I realize as I pilfer through the pantry, is that you can eat it all. There are no limitless supplies of energy vitamin water/beef jerky/Watermelon Sour Patch. It's a serious issue, one I am sure people are trying to fix as I speak. Type. (Why is it that when I Google search "Watermelon Sour Patch," a result pops up that offers me "huge selection and variety"? There is no such thing. Stop lying.)
Hey cool, I just opened a package of beef jerky that is covered in mold. No joke.
Time for replacement snack. And research paper.
Oh oh, also? I found this amazing site in my bookmarks (I should look through those more often) and found Bedtime Tunes, a nice ambient/soft music site absolutely brilliant for studying/writing research papers. So happy!
1 year ago