It is long-awaited exam season once again and I'm sure all of you have been studying very hard during Swot-vac (and those of you who do not attend Melbourne University or do not have exams, may Cam have mercy on your soul). By studying very hard, I mean procrastinating, and by procrastinating, I mean not studying and by studying, I mean... yeah you get the message.
It has dawned upon me very recently (literally like as I was writing that masterful intro) that most of us tend to mistakenly associate 'procrastination' with 'counter-productivity'. This is simply and utterly untrue and I believe the picture below pretty much proves my point:
Pure genius. Obviously I didn't create this masterpiece, and all credit goes to Cam, whose ego is apparently large enough to associate himself with Jesus, the son of God, our one and only Messiah, aka the history's greatest hoax.
Setting my extremely blasphemous comment aside, the point I'm making here is that procrastinating is not necessarily counter-productive, but is simply a habit in which heightens our creativity and concentration to its maximum potential on anything other than studying. Contrary to popular belief procrastination can infact make us quite productive; For example, and Josh will agree with me here in saying that my longing to play the guitar, sing, and write music increases dramatically during exams periods. And indeed, based on past experience and currently, I play a lot more guitar and sing a lot more per day than I usually would. I also came up with a few things of my own which you'll hopefully never hear. Anyway the point is, I was being productive via the ways of procrastination, just not on something that needs to be done at this point of time.
Most of you won't get this, but there are a few 'interesting features' on Cam's version of the Last Supper that I've noticed. I want you to have a go at guessing what they are. I'll give you a hint for one of them; 'bum-chumness'.