What Should Science Bros Call Me

This blog is catalyzed by three of the most incredibly bad-ass science bros you will ever have the misfortune of meeting.
We run this town, bitches.
A.L.
First of all, congratulations!

Weeping for joy is definitely an acceptable response. As is jumping for joy and screaming for joy.
For such a wonderful accomplishment, pretty much anything ending with “for joy” is gonna be right on the money as far as responses go!
(I feel so overly proud…I’m always so proud of all you wonderful science bros, YAY).

A.L.

First of all, congratulations!

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Weeping for joy is definitely an acceptable response. As is jumping for joy and screaming for joy.

For such a wonderful accomplishment, pretty much anything ending with “for joy” is gonna be right on the money as far as responses go!

(I feel so overly proud…I’m always so proud of all you wonderful science bros, YAY).

Anonymous asked: That moment when it's gorgeous and sunny outside but you can't wear anything nice because you have lab that day. Who's with me?

E.P.: I go to school in Texas. It’s probably been around 80 degrees my last two labs. I feel your pain. 

Anonymous asked: Omg. How on earth does a science bro study for a humanities exam?!

E.P:

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But in all seriousness, flashcards. That’s what usually works for me. I make flashcards with dates, names, places, and significance. Other than that, just a lot of reading notes..

Good luck!

A.L.:

I agree, definitely flashcards, always a good strategy. 

I usually try to also rewrite whatever notes I have in some way or another; it’s a good way to force yourself to go back through and read them.

You can do it!

E.P: So, lovely followers, I know I’ve been fairly absent from the posting and the question answering lately, so I figured I would ask you guys a question instead. 

I know, I know, I’m totally turning the tables here. Anyway, here goes:

What awesome sciences classes are you all taking/planning to take next semester??