everything is a good idea at midnight

otp prompts/college aus based off my experiences so far

“I accidentally locked myself out of my room after my shower so I had to go to the front desk for help and wow you’re in the exact same situation and at least I put my pjs back on but hey that towel looks good on you”

“Hey, I know it’s midnight and everything is closed but we have a big test tomorrow so lets go to waffle house and study together” 

“You’re right beside me in the food line and all you have is a bowl of mushrooms so I look at you dead in the eye and say, ‘you look like a fun guy’ and I’m 99% this would have worked if you hadn’t overheard me bragging about my ‘mad pun skills’ to my friends 2 minutes later”

“I just finished laundry and I’m currently carrying my bras back to my room and hey there you look nice these are just my bras”

“Here let me walk you back to your dorm cause I’m a gentleman and some of these dudes seem pretty sketchy”

“We aren’t best friends or anything but we bond over the mutual hatred of our third group member and his lack of contribution/effort to the team like come on bro”

“You’re my GA for a chemistry lab and you’re not that bad looking and I may not know what we’re talking about but I can feel some real chemistry between the two of us ayyeeeeeee”

anonymous asked:

Time sensitive-- I can't get out of bed and it's 7:30pm and i have so much homework tomorrow and a test and I can't get myself to do it I can't focus and I can't even get myself to start and I keep crying and everything is worth a lot. Do u have any tips for me? I really need to finish everything

That’s rough, love, and I know exactly what you mean :/ Here’s what I’ve done in the past, but I have to admit that I don’t have a perfect solution.

  • Take a nap. Set an alarm so you wake up at like midnight and work on stuff, but sometimes you feel better/more focused after sleeping. 
  • Let yourself cry it out. Forcing yourself to stop crying isn’t productive. 
  • Eat something. Drink something. Just get up and go do something that isn’t your homework. Once you have momentum going, it gets easier. 
  • Tumblr/Netflix probably aren’t good ideas. You get sucked in and lose track of time. They can be great distractions, though, and if you need to get your mind off of something, go for it. 
  • Break everything into smaller pieces. If you could only get one thing done tonight, what would it be? Start with that. Forget about everything else until that first thing is done. 
  • Ask a friend for help. I don’t advocate copying homework, but sometimes you need to for your mental health. Just don’t do it very often, your friends won’t like that. 
  • Remember that none of these assignments or tests will matter 10 years from now. One bad semester isn’t going to irreparably damage your future. 

Marie-Rose

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