College life is a time to have fun, isn’t it? And it is lot more fun than high school. Not only do we get to make some interesting friendships for life we also create some of the most interesting and funny moments with them which stay in your mind forever. One Reddit user (Gummy4) asked in AskReddit thread to share the dumbest thing you’ve heard a fellow student say in your college. So we are presenting to you 15 of the most hilarious responses. I’m sure reading these would definitely leave you dumb struck. The pun is intended.
1. Tell him yes! Cruel but necessary.
“I had a friend ask me if the IRS was going to come after him since he did not pay his internet bill for 3 months”
2. Not very original of him.
“Not necessarily something they said, but my friend was in an online course and they had to write a simple paragraph about themselves as a first assignment.
Someone got caught plagiarizing”
3. Bang a rock on my head.
“Student: Do rocks have DNA? Prof: No rocks are not living. Student: Then how do they reproduces. How is there not only just one rock?
This was a 300 level genetics class..”
4. Get your basics clear first.
“One time in class a girl was doing a presentation where she described a man from Uganda as “African American,” and didn’t understand why that wasn’t right.”
5. I also want to die…
“In a literature class:
Girl: “So, all those Greek Gods and Goddesses, what happened to them?”
Professor, confused: “You mean in the story?”
Girl: “No, like, WHAT HAPPENED to them?”
Professor: “I… I’m not sure I understand what you’re asking…”
Girl: “Like, why are they not around anymore? Did they all die?”
The whole class was just a stunned silence.”
6. Kudos to the teacher for trying.
“It was in a maths class when a teacher was trying to get a girl to understand that 1/3 is larger than 1/4, but she wasnt having any of it. According to her, 1/4 was larger because there are four 1/4’s to make a whole and only three 1/3’s to make one too. So there are more 1/4’s, more is larger, therefore 1/4 is larger. Even when the teacher tore a piece of paper in three and another in four, wrote 1/3 and 1/4 on the corresponding papers, trew everything away but one 1/3 and one 1/4 and asked her which is larger she STILL went for the 1/4. Teacher sat down, didn’t say anything for a minute and then continued class. That was the first time I’d ever witnessed someone giving up on a person like that.”
7. Could not have been more specific.
“How many pages do I need to write for the five page paper?”
8. Just how did they enter the medical college.
“When they abort the baby, does it die?”
“But you can’t OD on alcohol, you just digest it.”
Both overheard from different people during an upper division medical ethics class.”
9. Some finance classes needed here.
“One girl asked if she went $300 over her credit limit, if she would have to pay it back.”
10. The joke is on you girl.
We were playing some drinking game.
Someone correctly answers a question with “Afghanistan.”
This girl laughs out loud and goes “Afghanistan isn’t a country!”
We all turned at once and laughed at her.
11. Dumb and the dumber.
A friend of mine was taking apart a printer in the IT lab and another friend turned to see him opening it up and yelled “don’t drink the ink!” completely seriously, because that’s how dumb he thought the first friend was, that he would immediately drink printer ink if given a chance.
12. Just how does he think that can happen.
“The topic of 0ral s*x came up while the professor stepped out. After a good 12 minutes of talking about technique, preferences, past experiences, a male student finally says “I’ll never c*m in a girl’s mouth though….I wouldn’t want to get her pregnant”. He was absolutely serious.”
13. Go back to school.
“Teacher: Name a country beginning with E.
For reference, I live in England.”
14. Your primary school books can answer the question.
“if fish don’t have lungs, how do they breathe?”
I’m a second year biology student”
15. Please explain the mathematics here.
“If you cheat on your girl once a month for a year, you’re still 97% faithful”
16. Wait, when did World War 3-10 happen?
“My favorite has got to be when a student read “World War II” as “World War Eleven”