“Fuck. I don’t…fucking,” reported junior Eric Flejma to himself after reading question number one on the first test in his Introduction to Adult Psychology class.
Flejma was seen chewing his pencil and tapping his foot on the ground in quick repetition more than 45 seconds after the test began yesterday morning. After three long sighs, Flejma stared at a fixed point on the ceiling for two minutes hoping the answer would appear in the tile.
When it did not, Flejma asked the girl sitting next to him for a pencil in an attempt to cheat off of her while she went to retrieve the extra writing utensil. “You already have a pencil,” the girl.
“Why didn’t you study? You’re playing too much Call of Duty, Flejma. I don’t know. You’re such an idiot. You…fuck…what does this even mean? It could be all of these. Come on, Flejma. Think, you fucking, ugh,” Flejma said to himself halfway through the allotted time given to take the test.
After reading question two, Flejma reported, “fuck it,” and filled in the remainder of the 70 question bubble-sheet randomly.
Later in the day, Flejma reported to friends, “I killed that shit.”