University students everywhere are in the home stretch. It's almost summer — all they need to do is hand in a few more projects, take a few more tests, and somehow survive all the mistakes they will inevitably make. Like, sending a picture of a sneezing cat to their teacher instead of the assignment, for instance.
It happens to everyone, which is why some colleges are going the extra mile for their students. And by extra mile we mean installing crying closets on campus so that students can relieve their stress in a tiny box in public. However, even stress-relieving puppies aren't enough to take away the anxiety-filled time in college known as finals week.
Adding to the stress is also the tendency to wait until the last minute to submit an essay or study for a final. So, procrastination plus stress almost always equals mistakes that will slip through the cracks of your caffeine-fueled all nighter. Hopefully, you have an understanding professor who can laugh it off — and still give you a passing grade.
A Twitter user named Elena Trueba shared her personal mistake that almost was:
Close call. But it reminded people of a bunch of times when they messed up and didn't catch it in time.
While this title is accurate, it's not exactly a thesis:
Some had a little too much fun citing their sources:
This has even happened to future teachers:
But that doesn't mean they will show you mercy:
Though more teachers weighed in, and most seem to say it would actually have brightened their day after the monotony of grading papers:
But it does happen a lot:
As the never-ending stories showed:
Hey, sometimes it works out. What's the most embarrassing thing you've accidentally sent on its way to an authority figure?