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Procrastination Memes For Anyone Who Should Definitely Be Doing Something Else Right Now

Everybody has their own delicate relationship with procrastination. Who has the time to do things right as they are assigned? We are humans after all, not robots. When something isn't due for weeks, it is so difficult, to sum up, the energy to start early. Perhaps that is the key to success... But it is simply a fact that a lot of us seem to be doing just fine waiting until the absolute last minute. So why change what's not broken? If you relate, these memes are for you.

Procrastination Memes For Anyone Who Should Definitely Be Doing Something Else Right Now| thumbnail text - scottwesierski Follow @scottwesierski *Watches Netflix happily* *Remembers homework/exams/responsibilities* *Watches Netflix stressfully* 5:15 AM - 10 Jan 2014 27 138 O 274
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Relatable Tweets About People's Most Toxic Traits

As the great Hannah Montana once sang, 'nobody's perfect.' Truer words have not been spoken. As much as we all want to believe, we're God's greatest gift to the Earth and therefore have no flaws, that couldn't be further from the truth. We all have flaws, and we can all be pretty toxic from time to time. Can you identify a personal toxic trait of yours? The people of Twitter sure can. Scroll down for the funniest and most relatable toxic traits people have discovered about themselves on the platform. 

Funny tweets about toxic traits | thumbnail text - - Tere ... @teresaajperezz My toxic trait is starting to get ready whenever I get the "On my way" text 12:30 AM · Mar 25, 2021 · Twitter for iPhone
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Mom Tweets Hilarious Bedtime Conversations With Son

As most parents know, putting kids to bed is hardly a walk in the park. For some reason, they'll find every excuse under the sun to stay awake (until they become teenagers and then sleep is all they do) and make your life a misery while they do it. One mom and professor at Duke Divinity School, Kate Bowler, tweeted all of the delaying tactics of her six-year-old son Zach, who for 30 days straight tried to keep his mom in the room longer than usual after getting tucked in by asking questions. Here are some of his funniest ones.

mom tweet bedtime conversation son funny procrastination | Kate Bowler O @KatecBowler goodnight lovie Him waggling eyebrows) goodnight mom will be hard leave kisses head be fine Him: Goodnight "M O M M O M" spells DAD.right mom makes direct eye contact know much want correct Him DO! 4:50 PM Apr 25, 2020 Twitter Web App 22 Retweets 923 Likes
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