Spontaneous comics from a scatterbrained student

This is my life right now:

I’m sure you all understand. School, work, life– they’re busy, yo!

So you’ll have to excuse me if I don’t write a proper post, but instead regale you with the disorganized, sporadic ramblings of a stressed college student. Whatever. This is my blog. I do what I want!

(I thought cooking for myself meant I would eat less. I’m not eating in the buffet-style dining hall, after all. WRONG!)

(I like to keep myself in denial about my schoolwork. Speaking of denial…)

(It seems like only yesterday that it was a beautiful 80 degrees… how is it the first day of fall tomorrow?!)

(I totally still want to make a video blog, though. Even if I suck at it.)

And that’s all I’m giving you. There are so so so many posts I want to write, but haven’t found the time for. I apologize profusely– I’m a bad blogger, I know, and as the semester continues to build posts may get more and more, uh, sporadic. I’ll keep doing my best! You do too!

(I’m pretty sure that’s the closest to a stream-of-consciousness post I’ve gotten. I’ll try not to go all Holden Caulfield too often, I promise.)

8 thoughts on “Spontaneous comics from a scatterbrained student

  1. I know what you mean about buying groceries…they just go so fast…you think you can pace yourself for a week, and then in three days, it’s all gone! D:

    But as far as your workload and stuff…you can do it, Vy! 😉

  2. Heh, I do stream of consciousness Sundays, so…

    Great comics as always… Of course, in the top diagram, I would definitely choose ‘enough sleep’. The second one would probably be ‘good grades’, unless school really sucked.

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  4. Video blog!! That would be fantastic!! Oh, yeah. I remember reading something of yours that talks about Arrested Development. The first time I saw that show I did not know what the big deal was. I mean, I got all the jokes (or most of them anyway), but I never laughed once while watching. Then, days later, I almost burst out laughing in the middle of my Psychology course. I don’t get it. Even, now, I rarely smile even while watching, but at random times after I watch an episode a joke is suddenly hilarious! This does not happen with any other show. Oh, yeah, watch Futurama. It is hilarious!! But even better is Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series. That is the funniest show I have ever watched, except for maybe Arrested Development, of course.

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