October 24, 2020

Tiff & Earl: Holiday Activities

posted on: Thursday December 3, 2015

Disclaimer: The Tiffany & Earl feature is a satirized account of Providence College. Both the question and answers are purely works of fiction. Tiffany & Earl are anti-heroes whose comments ultimately satirize the stereotypes they each represent.

Dearest Tiffany and Earl,

With the holiday season upon us I am starting to wonder how I will spend my break this year. I was curious to see if PC’s favorite advice givers have any fun tips for a college student’s brief time at home for the holidays!

Student thinking about going home and neglecting post-Thanksgiving anxiety-inducing responsibilities

Dear Student,

First of all I’d just like to say that the way you signed your advice request is a #relatablepost that I’d totally RT and Fav. Secondly that’s a great question. Winter break, for most students, is the only time we’re truly free from school and/or working for a few weeks, therefore figuring out a meaningful way to spend it is important. However, I’m not sure how to give advice on this, so I’ve decided to let all of our readers know how I plan on spending my vacation time, and hopefully that’ll give y’all some ideas. First order of business when I get home is to watch all six Star Wars movies in preparation for Episode VII. I plan on doing this with all my cats while sipping a delicious hot chocolate out of one of Starbucks’ paganistic heathen cups! I call it “Starbucks Episode VII: Secularity Strikes Back.” Do you guys think that’d be a funny tweet? It totally would. I’m saving that in my drafts. I’m trying to build up my social media presence in 2016 by being more #onfleek and #relatable to you kids. And also! This winter break be sure to record all your family gatherings on your snapchat stories, every second, because all of your friends need to see how your individual holiday is going! Anyways, hope this helps!

Your aspiring #Relatable Vine Star,

Dear Student,

Eat. Sleep. As much as you can. Forever.


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