Sunday, 9 February 2014

Oops I'm Horrifyingly Embarrassing

A story of my LEGENDARY smoothness.

I'm currently enrolled in my first ever real college chemistry course.

I've been really psyched to do an awesome, professional job. I was going to do this chemistry class better than it's ever been done.

Part of my homework this week was to find a scene in a TV show or movie where laboratory glassware was being misused. We had to post it online on the class discussion board. I picked the scene from emperor's new groove where Yzma accidentally knocks the poison onto the plant. 

I explained it fucking awesomely. My post was the length of a Shakespearean play. I even decided to go the extra mile and post the link to the scene on youtube, which I had open in another tab.

So I do. Hit save on that bitch. Felt so proud of my wonderful job. Really outdid myself on this assignment.

Hours later, 

HOURS.

Later.

I go back to look at what other people have posted. I notice there's a response on my thread. Oh boy, I say. Attention. I click to see. All it says is 'wtf'.

My stomach sink a little. What do you mean, 'wtf', I say. Jelly bitch. Jelly you didn't come up with that scene. Jelly you didn't say as much about YOUR scene. Jelly you didn't demonstrate how well you know about the glassware.

 I copy the link out of my thread and paste it in another tab to watch my genius scene again.

Except it's not fucking my scene. It's not. It's not fucking. 

I'm still sweating from the horror of what it was.

It's something I had copied earlier to send to a friend on facebook.

It's this.



OH GOD. WHY.

OH MY FUCKING GOD IT'S AN 8-BIT VERSION OF GET LOW BY LIL JOHN


FROM THE WINDOW

TO THE WALL

SWEAT DRIP FROM MY BALLS

AND THE VIDEO HAS MY LITTLE PONIES AND POKEMON

AND I CASUALLY PUT IT UP AFTER THIS LONG CAREFUL EXPLANATION ABOUT LABORATORY GLASSWEAR 

ON A UNIVERSITY HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT.


How many people do you think saw before somebody said something, guys

how many people

do you think?

maybe the professor saw. 


She has a PhD.

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