Internet = Procrastination

That’s a real mathematical formula, developed by Isaac Newton before the Internet even existed. He used the imaginary number, i, to denote this then-unknown phenomenon, but now we all know it as “Internet.” His initials even form the first two letters of the word! And the latin root ternet literally translates to “a lot of shit accumulated in a weird parallel cyber universe to generate entertainment, knowledge, and communication for the masses.” Yep, all that from just one little root.

As you can see from the above-average amounts of nonsense I’m spitting out today, I am officially crazy. Why? It’s finals season. And with finals comes studying. And with studying comes procrastination. And with procrastination comes cramming. And with cramming comes? Insanity.


Anyway, because I don’t foresee a real blog post being published any time in the near future (i.e. the next couple of days), I’ve decided to leave you with a few worthwhile links I’ve stumbled upon during my procrastination journeys:

This psycho Twi-hard freaks the fuck out and it’s both hilarious and disturbing at the same time.

Americans ask really stupid questions.

Why can’t it understand the Scottish accent?

And that’s all you deserve for now. I actually have to get back to studying. Stop distracting me!

P.S. I’m seriously not liking the fact that Sir Newton is overpowering my four little mini-me’s.

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2 Responses to “Internet = Procrastination”

  1. lostinamirage Says:

    Hahaha, I love your version of Isaac Newton! And OMG, how are you able to study AND chat with me at the same time?! It’s so distracting.
    I suck at multi-tasking. For your next blog post, I’d like for you to explain “The Fine Art of Multi-tasking” to those of us who don’t possess this magical ability.

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