The Ten Commandments of Procrastination

  1. Start your diet… tomorrow.
  2. Push the snooze button four times. Out of bed—7:45am. Class/work—8am.
  3. Avoid putting your clean laundry away until it’s all dirty again.
  4. Leave the dishes in the sink until you bring out the paper plates because nothing is left.
  5. Fill up your car with gas only when your friend rescues you on the side of the road with a gas can.
  6. Go to the grocery store only after you have consumed your food and your roommate’s.
  7. Wait to cash that check until your card is declined on a date.
  8. Stall for bed until just before you would have to get up anyway.
  9. Delay replacing the one light bulb out in your bathroom until you have to shower in the dark.
  10.  Refuse to mow the lawn until people ask you if you live in a forest.

Procrastinators! Unite tomorrow!

 

By Chelsea Jamison, Junior Editor



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