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13 Types Of Students You Meet In Night Classes by Gabreal1(m): 11:05pm On Oct 07, 2014
Types Of Students You Will Meet In Night Classes.
The following are the different categories of people you will
meet in night classes in our various higher instititution.
1. Customer care agents : this category of people will keep
on receiving calls from the time they came to class till they
slept off. If you sit beside them "sorry" and it is more
among ladies.
2. The lookers : this category of people will make sure that
they look at any slightest movement around them. If they
ever see a beautiful/handsome girl/guy then they will never
cease catching a glimse at her/him. You will even wonder if
these people actually came to study or to observe others
study.
3. The late comers : this is common among girls. When you
get to class from 4-7pm, you will discover that the class is
empty. They are waiting till 9:30 when their presence will
be noticed.
4. The preachers: I am sure this set of people annoy every
reader in that class but nobody could pick the courage to
rebuke them because nobody wants to be tagged enemy of
God' word. The worst part is that these preachers come to
preach when they are tired of reading and want to stretch
themselves.
5. The itenarant readers: they are people who move in and
out of the reading room every ten minutes. Sometimes you
see them walking about the corridors. In an extreme cases
they can read in four to six classes in a night.
6. The unarmed robbers: yes i call them unarmed because
they look very innocent when they are reading beside you
waiting for the operation time. The steal things like phones,
reading lamp, purse/wallet, laptops, wrist-watches,
textbooks etc depending on the person's level of expertise
and stealing intentions.
7. The chronic sleepers . Hmmm, this set of people will just
enter the class and lay their face on the desk and sleep off.
They will not open their book from the time they came in till
the time they left. They are always victims of the category
of people above. The bad thing about these set of people h
that the snore without regards and they fart without
conscience.
8. The ash-crammers : they are our first classers, they will
start reading from the time they came in till dawn.
Sometimes i wonder what they will be doing during the day.
9. The eaters : they will buy biscuit, virju milk, lacasera,
gala, chewing gum, infact all the snacks in the world just to
attend night class. You will wonder if you are in nursery
class or university night class.
10. The pingers: this set of people will never let their
phones be. Some will even come with upto three phone.
Pressing their phone every now and then that you will
wonder if they are actually studying or proof-reading.
11. The toasters : if i mention everything without mentioning
our guys and babes who come to night class to look for
partners then my list is incomplete. This is for people who
are single and searching every night.
12. The couples: they will come to class
together, continue talking, chatting and touching each other
until they are tired then off they go. They have gone to night
class.
13. The snappers: Those that attend night class in order to take picture

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