There are so many moments we face that are unique to the student experience, but far less words that can help us describe them. That is… if you don’t make them up. And make them up we did. Here are 15 made-up words students wish were real:
How to use: I’m just going to have a little napterparty right here on your shoulder. Let me know when we’re leaving.
How to use: Dude, I was completely brainflipped when the teacher asked me that question.
How to use: I know it’s the last exam, but I’m really not able to study with this univertialist crisis.
How to use: Don’t worry, there are more good times ahead of us. Can’t you feel the smell of graduventure?!
How to use: — Wanna go grab something for dinner?
– I don’t have time for that. We have a paper due tomorrow!
– What? Oh, that was an earlyhand for me. I’ll save you a slice of pizza?
How to use: — Seriously? Only five minutes?
– Don’t blame me, blame the ticknot and your constant asking.
How to use: I’ll meet you for drinks after dinner; I’ll be attacking my tupperidge this evening.
How to use: We have a stickuation, guys. It’s your turn to clean it up.
How to use: I’m sorry I’m late. I got busslapped on my way here.
How to use: Can you please help me with my shopping? I feel so shopled when I read labels in Slovenian.
How to use: I’m really enjoying our buddydipity, guys. Guys, I love you. Give me more beer.
How to use: I’d invite you over for dinner, but I have no money and am ramfasting until the end of the month.
How to use: Wow, one month and you’re already nativing in Spanish!
How to use: My mum sent me an unexpack. How could I live without her?
How to use: This beer is just what I needed right now, but I feel so guilty for partystinating.
Right? Here are some other made-up words you can check out!
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