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You could change majors? IDK if that’s an option for you or not though. My best advice would be to use sparknotes and then skim the books. I always managed to do that with books I hated and make A’s on papers.
Definitely not gonna be changing majors. I’ve done that once already! It’s my fourth year of school and because I changed majors I’m gonna have to do a 5th year in order to get my degree. I’m gonna actually do all my readings this year I want to actually try and do better. I hate that I’m so lazy. Like literally I had so much work to do this week for my internship and I have to have it all ready for tuesday but instead of doing anything I’ve literally just been watching Smallville all week. What is my life.
Hmm. You could always try next semester and see if a different prof teaches it? Unlike high school, you often don’t have to take classes in a specific semester! Unless you’re a lit/english major maybe?
I’m an English major, and it’s a full year course. There’s no way of avoiding it. I also have to re-take the course I failed last year and it has the same prof and exact same syllabus and all the books we read were horrible and ughhhhh why am I even in school I hate this shit.
If it’s college, you could try another professor. Different professors use different books! Check the syllabus for different classes. It’s not like high school where every class uses the same books!
There’s only one section of the course, believe me I’ve already checked. :(
xproskeith replied to your post “I have to read Jane Eyre for one of my English courses this year and…”
OH DEAR GOD. THAT IS THE WORST BOOK I HAVE EVER PICKED UP. I HAVE NEVER HATED A BOOK MORE IN MY LIFE AND I LOVE READING. I DID THE EXACT SAME THING WITH IT. USE SPARKNOTES AND BS IT ALL. GOOD LUCK
waaaaahhhhhhhhh kill me seriously I would drop it if it wasn’t a required course.
I have to read Jane Eyre for one of my English courses this year and I’m totally dreading it tbh.
I had to read it in grade 11 but instead of actually reading it I got through 8 pages and then threw it at a wall because Charlotte Bronte’s writing style is so awful that I couldn’t bear to read any more aghhhhh kill me.
make me choose:
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americans make cheese toasties IN A PAN??? and call it ‘grilled cheese’
I’M SO ANGRY RIGHT NOW
Wtf is a cheese toasty and how else are you supposed to cook it if not in a pan
USING A GRILL WHERE IS THE CONFUSION DO YOU CALL IT A PANNED CHEESE
wait…you guys make toasties in pans?
my fucking question here is why the fuck are you guys calling them cheese toasties if you’re not making it in a toaster
here in canada we use a grill and call it grilled gheese cause that’s what it is.
and we eat it with ketchup.
'cause we're canadian.
this is a nice video
This is awesome! I think I actually like it better than the original.
wait what does knotting mean then?
Oh I am definitely not the one who should explain it ‘cause I’m not a huge fan of it but here’s an article that should give you some insight.