The end of November is a busy time for students. Not only are we rushing to write papers that will be due the Monday after Thanksgiving vacation because Cal personally hates every single one of us, but Tele-BEARS Phase II also began last Tuesday. Making last-minute appointments to your academic adviser and creating your 130th mock-up schedule on Ninja Courses while attempting to catch-up on schoolwork before dead week hits can be, of course, stressful.
We at the Clog decided to translate our pain into images and showcase a common tale that most Cal students can relate to. We spiced up our visuals with a free iPhone app called Manga-Camera that transforms the most mundane pictures of your pets and food into exciting Dragon Ball Z-style showdowns. Why make your photos into boring, contemplative art pieces with a sepia filter, when you can surround yourself with fiery explosions of death instead? In any case, here is our incredibly accurate portrayal of the typical Tele-bears process:
IT’S FIVE HOURS PAST MY TELEBEARS APPOINTMENT
– TO TELEBEARS
WHY WON’T YOU LOAD FASTER?
WHAT THE HELL IS THAT CCN
I DON’T KNOW
Image sources: Deborah Lee, Daily Cal
Tags:iPhone, iphone photography, stupidity, Tele-Bears
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