The worst moments on campus this year

Yes of course one of them, if not most of them, were right in front of a chick. Worst of all a chick I had a thing for. So we went for dinner and I was served chicken with a knife, fork and spoon.

Yes of course one of them, if not most of them, were right in front of a chick. Worst of all a chick I had a thing for. So we went for dinner and I was served chicken with a knife, fork and spoon.

The thigh of the chicken looked mouth-watering but I couldn’t use a fork and knife as I am used to my hands doing the job well. I watched the lady eat her food with ease while I struggled with mine.

Eventually, because I simply can’t leave chicken on a plate, I ignored the voice telling me to be classy and grabbed the chicken with my hands. My date looked like she wanted to crawl out of the restaurant. I never heard from her after that.

Now this one isn’t something I want to talk about but since the year is ending, I will let it out. I was in one of the tall buildings in town and as I was leaving the 6th floor in the elevator, I farted since I was alone in it. As the stench spread in the elevator, the thing stopped on the 2nd floor. At the door was a pretty chick ready to enter. She doesn’t know me but I suspect that is one thing she will never forget.

I always thought I was the wise kid in school yet in actual sense I am one of the dumbest. I just always know how to publish the little things I know. Well this hard exam returned after marking and I was lucky to get my paper first.

After seeing my poor marks I tore it and threw it away. Later my friends asked me what I got and I lied that I had 74%. The truth came out later when the marks had been hanged and I was the last with 22%. Worst part of it all was that I was lecturing people on how they should perform better.

A little solidarity doesn’t kill. Well some of my classmates don’t know this. One very annoying lecturer came to class and asked for an assignment no one had talked to me about. Unfortunately for me, people had all finished it. I thought I was in the boat with everyone and when the lecturer asked if we had done his work I shouted ‘no’ thinking I would be backed by the class. Everyone just turned and looked at me like “you are alone man”.  I am now being punished…solo!

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