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#WinitWednesday - what's your best procrastination tool? watch

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    Exams are looming and we are all guilty of putting off revision by procrastinating :ninja:

    What's the best or most obscure way you've ever procrastinated? :angel:




    The best procrastinator will receive a prize and be added to our WinItWednesday Leaderboard :king1:


    Now get on with revision :judge:
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    (Original post by TornadoGR4)
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    Then check my thread, if you like them big :hubba:
    Don't. It will give you a headache worse than mine now :rofl:

    Internet. As a whole. I can do "productive" things such as improving my drawing skills, or watching a recipe on youtube, but at a time when I'm supposed to do something else.
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    Everything. Literally everything that seemed mundane before always seems like the most interesting thing ever when there's something else I should be doing.
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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    Everything. Literally everything that seemed mundane before always seems like the most interesting thing ever when there's something else I should be doing.
    I need a cat so I have more excuse to procrastinate :mmm:



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    (Original post by BurstingBubbles)
    I need a cat so I have more excuse to procrastinate :mmm:

    Seeee, this is why I should be allowed more cats
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    Does TSR count?
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    (Original post by Aph)
    Does TSR count?
    It most definitely counts :lol: That and telling yourself you need to eat, when you probably don't and you're just wasting time
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    Baking. Baking. Baking. I had to ban myself from baking in order to focus on core 1 exam today. :giggle:

    Came home and baked a huge cake + cookies. Much better.

    Cake pictures
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    Pictures make it look small. I promise it was actually really big.
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    (Original post by BurstingBubbles)
    It most definitely counts :lol: That and telling yourself you need to eat, when you probably don't and you're just wasting time
    Most of the time when I feel hungry I just drink water, same effect.
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    The silliest thing I've probably done to procrastinate is to find clothes that don't fit me any more in my wardrobe (dresses, t-shirts, hoodies, you name it) and put them on my dog to see how she'd look. Then I'd take pictures and parade her around the house.

    I don't normally like the idea of dressing up animals, but when there's an essay you need to write it's much more fun doing that.
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    (Original post by Claros)
    The silliest thing I've probably done to procrastinate is to find clothes that don't fit me any more in my wardrobe (dresses, t-shirts, hoodies, you name it) and put them on my dog to see how she'd look. Then I'd take pictures and parade her around the house.

    I don't normally like the idea of dressing up animals, but when there's an essay you need to write it's much more fun doing that.
    Literally nearly spat out my water :rofl:
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    I once developed a strange fondness for doing the washing up.
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    The winner issss :king1:

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    (Original post by Claros)
    The silliest thing I've probably done to procrastinate is to find clothes that don't fit me any more in my wardrobe (dresses, t-shirts, hoodies, you name it) and put them on my dog to see how she'd look. Then I'd take pictures and parade her around the house.

    I don't normally like the idea of dressing up animals, but when there's an essay you need to write it's much more fun doing that.


    Congratulations :woo:

    That was a very entertaining read :lol:

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