Marwa Khalil, 19, an English Language and Literature student at the University of Bahrain was gripped with indecision today over whether or not to skip class, according to local reports.
Allegedly, the class in question was “Language Development III”, a course that teaches the proper uses of English grammar and comprehension skills.
“I stood outside the class for what felt like minutes,” said Marwa Khalil, speaking to local reporters. “I couldn’t decide! People were passing me by, waiting for me to make a decision, staring at me. So much pressure.” Marwa Khalil said that it was the most stressful decision she ever had to make in her life.
A recent study showed that 84% of University of Bahrain students are faced with this struggle. As the semester progresses, the urge not to attend class becomes harder to resist and it becomes even more difficult to get up in the morning to drive to the middle of the desert.
According to the research study, the increase in the frequency of this condition is directly related to the increase in weather temperatures.
“Okay, I think I’m going to ski-“ said Marwa before scurrying into the classroom after being spotted by the course instructor walking down the corridor.