I mentioned it before. This semester has been, for me, so far, to use Californian slang, hella hectic. All my classes are time-consuming. I’m trying to both be social and not fail out of college at the same time. I haven’t even had time to go to the gym. I haven’t even had time to blog. I’m at the end of my tether.
And when a person’s at the end of their tether, survival instincts kick in. Except when you’re me, a stressed out college kid, survival instincts actually means super-nerdy mode.
Yes. I’m no pre-med student, but I have diagnosed myself with super-nerdy syndrome. Not the I-like-video-games-and-comics-nerd, but the I-study-so-much-I-need-glasses-also-I-don’t-sleep nerd.
I might be wrong on this, though. There are greater nerds than I. Read the symptoms and tell me what you think.
1. I study until I am about to fall asleep on my textbook
Seriously, I determine my bedtime by the time in which I am about to pass out. Sad? Yeah.
2. I passed on watching anime to study instead
3. I had this conversation with my sister
4. I react to this Noah and the Whale song like this:
I have a problem. But it’s alright. Grades are good for something, right?