I had an outstanding warrant on this one until a couple of years ago. Where most 12-year-olds could swallow whole capsules without even a cup of water, I had to buy the liquid Tylenol, the sole market of which is supposed to be the senior citizen crowd. I used Dimetapp well into my college years, and if I ever had to travel to a country that required taking malaria pills, I’d have to break up the pills in water or juice and then consume it.
Finals are finally almost over! After what’s always a long and painful couple of weeks, all of that stress and panic will finally be done and over with…at least until next semester. The sentiment after completing your penultimate final generally can be summed up with this phrase, “Get me the hell out of here.” But, before you make a beeline to the train station, make sure to take care of these items before you leave campus. Otherwise, you will find that things got weird while you were away for 5 weeks.
No matter how many times you wash your hands or eat healthy, you can still easily get sick if you do not keep your room clean. School, work, and fun often take precedence over cleaning and sometimes you just cannot find the time to do it. Cleaning can be a lot of work, but you can use some quick cheats in order to cut down your cleaning time.
Seeing as you are in college, chances are you have encountered a dirty ass shower with that kind of darkish buildup on the floor or sides. This build-up is called soap scum. Now, before I tell you how to clean this crap, I am going to warn you that there are a number of people [...]
Any college student that has ever been in the dorms or had a roommate will understand the truth that is presented in every single one of these pictures.