These Engineering Tweets are #TooReal for Students
Social media can be a great place to remember you're never alone in your struggles. We've consolidated some of the internet's best moments to bond over. (Plus, it's a break from crying over mounds of projects.)
Like when this happens every single term:
-How'd midterms go?
-Oh not that bad.
-Hey me too.
*Both walk away crying*#engineeringproblems
— engineering problems (@engineerproblem) October 21, 2016
Coffee is more than just a drink. It's a way of life:
Engineers and engineering students are coffee lovers.
— Marion Raphaearl (@MaaarionnnP) October 30, 2016
The disappointment when your non-engineering friends don't get the joke:
— Michaela Faraday (@engineer_probs) April 9, 2014
One for the ladies who suffer being one of maaaaybe three girls in a course:
When the guys in your engineering courses make sexist jokes towards you but female engineers find work 5x faster upon graduation pic.twitter.com/PvwakcGPGW
— Christine Reichard (@chrissyreichard) September 22, 2016
When you relate everything to engineering, even politics:
News channels right now are like those engineering students who prepared for Trump and Hillary but Modi came out of syllabus.
— Raj (@roflbaba) November 8, 2016
No, I won't endorse your 20 other skills either:
If I asked you for help on a HW assignment please don't ask me to endorse you for consulting experience on LinkedIn #engineeringproblems
— engineering problems (@engineerproblem) June 13, 2016
Nothing quite like sweet, sweet revenge, even if it is only $2 for a new stapler:
— engineering problems (@engineerproblem) May 20, 2016
Engineering new methods to get to the right answer counts, right?
— Viral Lobster (@ViralLobster) October 13, 2016
You said goodbye to perfect grades a long time ago:
Average for an exam was a 50. Sounds about right #engineeringproblems
— Girl Engineer Probs (@GirlEngrProbs) February 22, 2013
But you know that if it doesn't plan out for you, you've got more career options:
if i dont get through engineering school im going to become a comedian and my jokes will solely come from how awful my life is
— jush (@jushgrass_) October 26, 2016
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