They were always fashionable for babies, now they’re now fashionable for students too. Why waste precious partying time by getting dressed properly when it’s now perfectly acceptable to dress like a giant baby?
Toddler’s will spill their guts more often than students, but when students do have to deal with this, it’s in volumes. For toddler’s it’s always been part of their life, while students have to accept that this uncomfortable side effect of having so much fun will become part of life for the next 3/4 years.
5. Listen to c**p music
Iggy Azalea’s incessant rap skill’s or the Horrid Henry theme tune? It’s a tough one but Horrid Henry is a little more catchy.
6. Jump off things
Maybe this is just a boy thing, but toddlers can’t resist jumping off the sofa, the garden wall, the swings, the front step, anything really. The same can be said for male students who are more likely to jump on and off things when there are females around. Go figure…
The term ‘juice’ means one thing and one thing only to a toddler, a refreshingly yummy, fruity drink. However, the term ‘juice’ can mean different things to students, and those things are not always refreshing and wholesome…
8. A Diet of Noodles
Toddlers take in their fair share of carbs and sodium via noodle form (it’s easy for mums to make and they love it). Students also need quick and easy meals that will satisfy their hunger so Super Noodles, Pot Noodles, fresh noodles, any noodles will do.
9. Sleeping in crazy places
Toddlers fall asleep standing up, on the toilet and in the middle of a meal, students fall asleep behind the television set, on the kitchen table or in-between wheelie bins. Both of them sleep like a baby.
10. Wetting themselves
Peeing their pants or worse. The only difference here is the majority of the time, the toddlers wearing a nappy so it’s not a big deal.
11. Get hangovers
THE struggle. Whether it’s alcohol related or sugar induced, these handovers result in the same situation; a crying baby who wants to sleep but can’t sleep, throws up, craves food and has a major headache.
12. Love their mums
Toddlers need their mums for all the essential care and love and students need there mums for… well, exactly the same. How do I dry my clothes? Boil pasta? Use a credit card? I’m coming home this weekend, I need my mum…