Student



to study for 14 hours a day, 7 days a week, 2 weeks per year
last week before our end of year exam i actually felt like a university student
usually a young person between 18 and 21 who is supposed to attend university at some point or another. student life for many might entail being bone idle, eating kebabs, stealing traffic cones and getting “totally wreaked!”. mostly middle cl-ss in origin, a great number of them seem fascinated with alcohol and consuming large amounts of cheap larger at arguably cheesy student nights. often, many display a great lack of manners and are void of anything in particular accept desperately attempting to be ‘totally wacky’.

interestingly in the perceptions of many, students are often deemed poor. yet seemingly they are actually fairly affluent. usually having their tuition fees and rent paid for by their parents, they have more or less a totally disposable income but still manage to achieve m-ssive amounts of debt by spending their money on stupid haircuts or designer clothes.

student houses can often be identified by some sort of roadwork application in the window, or something they’ve stolen on the way back from a “totally crazy” evening out. furthermore, the house will usually be in poor condition with little attempt at keeping the front garden clean – further reaffirming their lack of respect for other people, especially those living in the same area.
“in my halls of residence, me and dave made a pact with flat 84 to get totally wreaked and steal at least four traffic cones. it was a totally mental night.”

“we’re students, lets get battered on carling and wake everyone up on our way home with sh-t songs”

“h-llo john, are you coming to the lecture? no, lets go to a scream bar and get wasted!”

“students are lazy and have too much spare time to spend writing sh-t on websites”
a person who studies a degree level subject at university. usually hard worked and low on money (with a few exeptions). often victimised as over spending, rowdey, smelly and unwilling to learn by older x-students who are finding it hard to come to terms with their old age (see mid-life crisis). also victimised by govermental plans to up tuition fees and create elitist inst-tutes, that only foreighn students will atend. fond of enjoying themselves while they still can.
‘i wish i was still a student’
a severely sleep deprived person attending a university. said deprivation normally due to studying, but more often, social life.

students are also commonly -ssociated with procrastination on school -ssignments which then results in further lack of sleep.

the student stayed up till 3 am working on a paper -ssigned 5 weeks ago, started 5 hours ago, and due at 10 am.
slave!!! should be paid for labour!
mom: how was your day at school?
student:…
mom: h-llo? omg he’s dead!!!!!!!!!
formal> a group of (mostly young) people that are teached by professors.
real> young human beings that are rided, sickened and abased by other group of human beings in a building named school.
wash that blackboard.
students,you are stupid.
you have written these 4 pages with black pen, rewrite it with blue one.

according to dictionary dot com:

“stu·dent n.

one who is enrolled or attends cl-sses at a school, college, or university.”

a person of any age, starting from 17/18. can continue to be named a student for a number of years after they graduate.

someone who has left school, and moved on to the freedom of life without parents control, much time is spent watching daytime television, drinking alcohol (day and night) sleeping until 4, staying up after a night out until after dawn. many students enjoy drinking games and sourcing the cheapest alcohol available in the cheaper establishments in the town.

generally speaking, student days are when many have the largest disposable income of their life, large companies are willing to give students large amounts of money to fund their student days, much of this is spent on alcohol consumption. and beans.

parents send children off to university in the hopes that they study under the belief that they will attend every lecture they have signed up to and take part in responsible drinking. in reality, a student arrives at university, commences drinking, continues to do so until drunk, following this, drinks some more, then upon waking up the following morning with a hangover attends lectures only occasionally in the following 3/4 years.
john’s a student, he has no time for a job, he spends it all drinking.

james has no money… he’s a student.

paul and mary were so proud of their daughter jane at university, however every time they called, she slurred “i’m studying, i’ll call you when i’m sober.. i mean, about to tuck in for the night, since i’ve got a lecture at nine in the morning”

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