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8 Things You Do When You Walk Into A Big Lecture Hall

We all know that there are certain things everyone does after walking into a giant lecture hall on campus- it’s a big room, and it can get pretty awkward pretty fast.

 

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1. Pretend like you own the place.

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2. Find the hottest guy/girl in the room and sit next to them.

 

3. Pretend like your phone is blowing up with texts because of how incredibly popular you are…

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…and really just hope that anyone, even your mom, will send you something.

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4. Realize you’ve picked the squeakiest chair in the room…

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…and unsuccessfully attempt to maneuver to another seat.

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5. Glance at the door every time someone comes in, hoping it’s someone you know.

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And when it isn’t, pretend like you don’t care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Catch yourself staring at someone after getting lost in a daydream.

 

7. Push away all thoughts of leaving the room before the professor arrives so he doesn’t see you trying to make a break for it.

 

8. When all is said and done, you’re there for class, anyway.  Just make sure you’re prepared when the teacher mentions the words “group work”.

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