my name is caitlin and you'll find me at temple university complaining about most things

can we talk about this comment my professor gave me on my last essay?

"I do not award 100s lightly. I am of the opinion that every piece of writing can be improved (as true of my own writing as it is of any piece I review or critique). If there are any minor problems I would raise with your essay though, the fact remains that it fulfills and exceeds every expectation of the assignment. You teased out nuances in the readings and made cogent arguments. You also write with strength of mind and level of wit that is very rare. It is a joy to read your work. Thank you. I usually save this kind of thing for the end of semester, but I want you to know that you are one of the best students I have ever had the pleasure of teaching at any institution. If you ever need a letter of recommendation, please do not hesitate to ask."

that’s literally like one of the nicest things anyone has ever said to me probably like i just wanna get out of my seat (i’m in her class right now and am not paying attention oops) and hug her

thefuzzydave:

Squeaking Baby Sloths.

look at this shitty picture of Bill Clinton

MY PROFESSOR IS GIVING PEOPLE EXCUSED ABSENCES IF THEY’RE GOING TO SEE BILL CLINTON AND I’M SOOOOOOO EXCITED ABOUT IT

3000 words later and i’m finished the final project for one of my classes……………………….it’s not due until may 9th

idk wtf is wrong with me but like lately the sounds of the cat licking herself and breathing have been pushing me over the edge to the point where hearing either sound makes me almost like…..violently angry

and i know she obviously can’t help wheezing because of her weight and she obv has to clean herself but it’s just absolutely infuriating and i don’t understand why because logically i understand that noises shouldn’t make you feel uncomfortable??? but like once i hear either sound i can’t focus on anything else until it stops and it’s starting to scare me like why is a sound making me feel so mad for no reason what is wrong with me

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