This Edi fourth year giving birth to her dissertation is the greatest diss pic ever taken
Ohhhh, so this is A R T.
There's no feeling quite as sweet as how one feels when they finally submit their wretched dissertation. Day upon day has been spent devoting every ounce of energy into (please God) finding an angle that makes YOUR dissertation just a tiny bit different to the papers you're plagiarising.
And eventually, the day you never thought you'd see finally arrives. You stand in line holding your 40-page drivel tight, more ready than ever to let it go, but at the same time sad to say goodbye.
All this time, however, you've thought that achieving that dreamy 2:1 was the longterm goal, but now, you start to see the bigger picture. It's not the grade that counts, it's the guaranteed 100 likes on Insta you get for conquering such a piece of work.
And let me tell you, this one student in particular, has smashed the post-diss Insta post out of the park. For years, I've been convinced that I still don't really know what exactly "art" is. But now, ladies and gentlemen, I know, and so do you. Just look.
I know. The eight-photo collage takes you on a journey that answers all of life's questions. Along the way you experience excitement, fear, anguish, curiosity, surprise, relief, pride, and absolute euphoria. What does this sound like? Yes, that's right, handing in your 10,000 word ticket to freedom.
Ella Gregory, the Edinburgh fourth year and artist who graced us with this masterpiece said: "I expect childbirth leads to a product that I can bear looking at. However, I think there are many similarities; the endurance for months on end, the pain, the crying, the food cravings."
I wish I could say that handing in your dissertation was the best thing to ever happen to you, but I don't know if it goes quite that far. However, this Insta post is certainly up there with one of the greatest things to ever happen to me. Wow.