OR you could, you know, actually learn stuff and be honest, and not cheat people like me who ACTUALLY WORK and ACTUALLY KNOW STUFF
That’s probably the best option. Honestly, I’ve never really had to cheat on anything except for math a few times, but generally I was in such low level classes they let us use notes anyway. I’m abysmal at math and hopefully getting diagnosed with an actual learning disability (dyscalculia) soon, but I had this asshole teacher in high school who said, “You’re an honors student, and honors students don’t take level one math. That’s for the special ed kids,” so I ended up stuck in this class that was far too hard for me. I ended up getting an incomplete and retaking it at a lower level and getting weekly tutoring from my friend who is now a math major.
I don’t know what the point of this story was other than yeah, it pisses me off when people cheat out of laziness since I study hard, but there are desperate situations where I understand it. Not comprehending something after hours upon hours of studying and having everyone else in a class laugh at you can be really, really humiliating.
|expectations of summer:||going to the beach every day, water fights, parties, random day trips, barbecues|
|reality of summer:||moving your laptop so that the sunlight doesn't reflect on the screen when you're trying to blog|