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Ah, so you’ve come to learn about the phenomenon of academically surviving while sleeping in class. Unfortunately for you, there is no magic spell or cursed ring of power that can grant you both of these results instantaneously. Certain students’ abilities to doze off in class and simultaneously not fail are founded in these principles: 1) the class is not very useful or 2) the class is useful, but not as useful as the textbook and internet.
Contributed by Lucy Zhang
This is my favorite: "Every morning you have the internal debate as to whether you can miss school or work today so that you can go back to sleep. You then furiously calculate the number of sick days you have left, or whether you can afford to miss a day of class"
Contributed by Violetta Gir
We never really think about how much we sleep. Think about this: a 75 year old person has spent about 23 years of his or her life sleeping. My first thought when I first heard this was that that's a lot of time wasted, but then I realized that it's the rest we achieve by sleeping that makes our awake time so much more fulfilling.
Contributed by Keri Potter