my advice would be to stay the fuck away from newschoolers when you're trying to actually write it. i always find myself flying through the forums while i'm supposed to be writing.
take right now for instance, i'm sitting here on my couch with the AP World review book on my lap and chewing on the pen cap "looking things up on the internet" so my dad doesn't bitch at me to get my nose back in the book. newschoolers...so bad...yet so great
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