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I can't think anymore. I guess it's just one of those days where it's just impossible for me to do anything productive, and time slowly drags on as you sit there and do nothing. I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with these days. On one hand, it's the perfect excuse to do nothing and everything you shouldn't be doing. And on the other, it comes back to haunt me the next day when I realize I have tons of stuff to catch up on.

So, that's our topic for today. Boredom, and how we cope with it. And I don't mean just browsing Tumblr or Cracked to kill time. I mean the really "out there" type of you've done while being bored. For example, one day in class, I realized my professor said "umm" a lot. It was a really slow day, and I was just barely managing to stay awake. By then, I had totally given up on the lecture, and settled with squandering my time in whatever way was possible. And thus, I counted the amount of "Umm"s and "Uh"s he said. By the end of the class, I had 213 tallies. Yupp. And I still feel proud about that.

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