Monday, July 20, 2009


stud⋅y bub⋅ble [stuhd-ee buhb-uhl] noun

1. A state of distraction (Facebook, cellphone, etc.)-free focus used for harshcore studying. It requires students to become completely engrossed in a textbook or set of notes and hammer more information than humanly possible into their brains in a short few hours. Sometimes use of the study bubble can last the entire day. Extensive use of the study bubble will stress out students and cause them to explode and pass out (see picture above).

I usually only use the study bubble during exam week... But tonight, I have no choice.

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