It’s a time-honored tradition of students everywhere – pulling an all-nighter to complete that paper that has been hanging around your neck for weeks, just before time. These days work is usually submitted online, so all that needs to be done after your caffeine-fueled n
ightmare is a simple attachment, and off it goes to be graded. No hungry dogs around to eat it, no printer-based dramas to fall back on.
Things can still go hilariously wrong though, as student Alex Sparrow found out to his cost. Having completed his literary essay about diversity in society, and in a sleep-deprived, euphoric state, he somehow contrived to attach the wrong file when submitting. He shared his story on Twitter and it has since gone viral, being retweeted almost 100,000 times.
“For several days I couldn’t even scroll through Twitter without it freezing up on whatever was showing,” Adam told Bored Panda. “I had a video stuck on my phone for 5 minutes as I was getting hundreds of notifications every second.”
But why? What’s the big deal? You might ask. You will understand when you see the file he sent by accident! Scroll down to check it out for yourself, and let us know what you think in the comments below!
Here’s how people reacted:
Finally, the professor responded!
“Unfortunately the cat isn’t mine,” Adam told Bored Panda. “I wish it was though! My teacher wanted to know about the cat and if even she could have it but sadly, I’ve never known the cats true origin”
Do you know the origin of this cat? Let us know in the comments!
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Look, Tia may only be able to work around 30 minutes at a time, but fortunately she’s pretty receptive to a pat or three.
“She’s also pretty good at admin, paperwork, and the odd bit of light typing. But her favourite thing is nap time,” a police spokesperson told the New Zealand Herald.
“Tia doesn’t come to work very often. Our human officers work so much faster so she tends to stay home most of the time. And she knows our dogs are just a little bit better at some police work than cats.”
Tia isn’t the only feline helping police in New Zealand with their work: There’s also Snickers the cat, who helps out police over in Whangaparaoa, and has his own Instagram page.
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