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kropotkitten:

fck i need to sleep. i don’t have classes until 4pm but i wanna get there early to buy textbooks. The line is gonna be soooo long. I wish they were cheaper online, but they’re not. Next semester I am gonna buy books so early. 

My favorite trick is when professors assign different books than the syllabus states but fail to inform anyone till the first day of class. Early shoppers be damned!

pinkoscum:

This is urgent. I’m in Michigan and a friend is having a metal health crisis. I’m looking for a crisis hotline and was wondering if anyone has any good recommendations, local or national. I’ve found some but have no experience with them and can’t judge their quality or legitimacy. Please and thank you.

Nevermind. I just called the first one I found (good strategy, right?) and it was fine.

This is urgent. I’m in Michigan and a friend is having a metal health crisis. I’m looking for a crisis hotline and was wondering if anyone has any good recommendations, local or national. I’ve found some but have no experience with them and can’t judge their quality or legitimacy. Please and thank you.