Here's the checklist, as tweeted by me on 20th November 2009:
- How do you know if you are not a good Law student? One, you are tweeting now, instead of studying when your exam's 2 weeks away.
- Two, your arms aren't strong at all/ lack upper-body strength... because you don't read/ carry enough books to build 'em.
- Three, you are more likely to be seen in a Rock concert, in CC playing L4D, on Twitter/ FB... than in the library. Or even reading as MOF.
- Four, when someone asks you what is "habeas corpus", you reply them politely that you don't speak Latin.
- Five, when someone asks you what is "Vicarious Liability", you ask them if it is a new band.
- Six, when someone asks you if you know about the "Land Registration Act", you accuse them of being rude and that they are swearing at you.
- Seven, when someone asks you about Equity and Trust, you act like a know it all and proceed to talk to them about relationships and trust.
- Eight, when someone asks you if you really are a Law student (after reading this list), act insulted and proceed to talk about psychology.
- Nine, when someone asks you why aren't you studying now, you reply that you have a life.
- Finally, how to know if you are *really* not a good Law student... you are cracking your brains to finish this list instead of studying.
And some additional ones...
- If asked, "Why are u studying law then, if you have a life", say "Oh, because i want to see how it feels like to be sad. Diversity ya 'noe."
- And it would do good to give them a "wink" after saying that, just to clarify your point.
- Why not to be in a band if you study Law: Your band's name might be called "Salmon v Seafarer Restaurants".
Ok, guarantee fail if my brain is so FML.