YOU MIGHT BE AN ENGINEERING STUDENT IF...

The daily trials and tribulations of an average engineering student. We've all been there.

settledheart:

it’s a metaphor, you see; you put the textbook in front of you, but you don’t give it the power to actually teach you anything

(via funnytext-posts)

calm-before-the-sharknado:

hotboysofficial:

the worst part about being a Canadian child was colouring in Nunavut

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a close second is being forced to fit the entire word “Saskatchewan” within the borders of the narrow-ass rectangle that is the province

What about trying to cut out a map of Canada? Do I try to follow the edge of all Nunavut’s islands or do I just cut one giant triangle up there?

A student going through for engineering is like a woman going through childbirth. Once it’s over, you forget how intense the pain was in those moments and how much you suffered. It’s easy to rationalize going through it again.

—My former TA, an engineering graduate herself

How is it that someone was smart enough to realize pants should come in different lengths because people have longer or shorter legs, and yet I can’t buy a “long sleeve” shirt that actually goes to my wrist?

How is it 3 am?

—Me, at least twice a week during my last year of undergrad

Dear students in Calgary, 
If this isn’t an excuse for a personal snow day, I don’t know what is.

Dear students in Calgary,
If this isn’t an excuse for a personal snow day, I don’t know what is.