While sitting in class (any class
it doesn't matter) I came to the realization that I can't stand 75% of the people in the room with me. There are so many times during the day that I feel the need to just get up and scream at people
.but doing so would make me seem crazy. So I just sit back and leave the complaining up to my thoughts. Hopefully you can get an idea of what a typical day of class means to me.
It may only be a 50 minute class, but there is nothing like the feeling I get right as it's about to begin. I have to take a deep breath and realize that it's the longest possible time until class is over. If we're watching a movie or something like that I'll gladly go to class with relief on my mind. Otherwise I know I'll be dealing with the typical bullsh*t I hear every day.
Annoying Person #1
Daydreaming part 1
Annoying Person #2
I applaud people for going back to school when they are older and want to continue their education
.but I'm sick and tired of them getting special treatment in classes because they they have "real lives". I watch them get up to leave early and go "pick up their kids" or get to hand in papers late because they were so busy cooking dinner the last few nights that they couldn't type it up. The teacher's usually are more lenient with them and it boils my blood.
Day Dreaming part 2
Could I be a Ghostbuster? Sometimes I wish ghosts were real. I'm not talking about spirits of our loved ones coming back to the earthly realm to come into contact with us though. I'm talking about evil ghosts wreaking havoc on families and cities. Of course
..the only course of action would be for me to sign up for the Ghostbusters and start catching me some ghosts. Since I was little I've always dreamed of being able to throw on the proton pack, hop behind the wheel of the Ecto 1, and go round up some ghosts. I feel I've got what it takes. I just need to remember not to cross the streams.
Annoying Person #3
Sometimes in class there's a person who tries very hard to be the class clown. He or she cracks jokes that get a chuckle at best and don't tend to give up easily. What's even worse than this is the person who likes to joke around with the professor and try to make them laugh. Listening to someone tell a lame joke about ancient Athens and nervously laugh, while awaiting approval, can be quite painful.
The best part of any class is when it's obvious the professor has nothing left to say. He or she gets that tone of voice and scans the room while debating whether or not to let everyone leave early. Just about everyone in the room then shares a common thought process: "Be very quiet, nod your head, and soon we will get to leave". Class is just about over and as long as nobody raises their hand when the teacher asks "Any other questions?" then we are good to go
Did you really just ask another question bitch?
So, if you're like me this seems pretty familiar. I sit in class quietly awaiting dismissal
and put up with the same old bullshit everyday. Maybe I just hate a lot of people
or it could be there are just a lot of people to hate. It's hard to decide. Either way
I'm glad I graduate soon. Then I can move on to people I hate at my job.