Products Of My Procrastination: Literally

Products Of My Procrastination: Literally

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This column provides a peek inside the procrastinating mind of a fashion-addicted, financially deficient college student.

Hey Guys and Gals,

Well, I just figured out that I have a quiz in a half hour. Most college students that find themselves in a similar situation would immediately scurry to the nearest caffeine location and start cramming. I, being the incredibly organized and driven student I am, have decided upon a more effective use of this time. How, you may ask? By writing a blog that showcases my absolute disregard for this upcoming assessment of my ability to regurgitate information (aka a quiz), duh.

Recently I have been even less interested in what my professors are saying than usual, which means I have been spending a lot of time in class skimming the interwebs for stuff to keep me awake. This may not be great news for my GPA, but it is great news for you guys because I have compiled the best things that have graced my laptop screen this week. Check it out.

Girl in Dope Clothes ft. Steezy Husband


The whole #goals movement is terrible. That being said, it is way too applicable to this very not terrible feature on one of the most epic fashion couples in the game. Brace yourself for a large jolt of envy.

The Men Behind The Best Sneakers In the Game


If you don’t like, or at least appreciate, Common Projects I have absolutely nothing to say to you. Common Projects, sans any marketing assistance, have become the ubiquitous go-to sneaker for everyone from Eugene Tong to Frank Ocean and everyone in between. Find out how they did it with this very rare peek behind the CP curtain.

Cool Dudes Get Interviewed By Girl With A Nice Accent


This one is for a really committed procrastinator. Showstudio is really dope for two reasons: they do very in depth, lengthy interviews and the interviewer has a very charming British accent. My best friends who I have never actually spoken to, Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne (the minds behind Public School NYC), sit down for an hour to speak candidly on their come-up, their age disparity, and the drawbacks to being a winner.

Thanks for reading. I’m off to go showcase my guessing abilities on this quiz.

Talk Soon,

Jake, The Intern