Engineering fraternity is usually seen cursing their luck and choices on opting for engineering. And what better place than the social media to vent out our disappointment. So if you are suffering from the case of engineering blues, here’s a piece to put your mind on a break and enjoy a good laugh!
This feeling is not unknown to any engineering student
-How’d midterms go?
-Oh not that bad.
-Hey me too.
*Both walk away crying*#engineeringproblems
— engineering problems (@engineerproblem) October 21, 2016
The one and only thing that I thanked in my graduation speech
Engineers and engineering students are coffee lovers.
— Marion Raphaearl (@MaaarionnnP) October 30, 2016
Awesome (ready nerdy) engineering jokes
— Michaela Faraday (@engineer_probs) April 9, 2014
Women Engineers are a rare sight indeed
When the guys in your engineering courses make sexist jokes towards you but female engineers find work 5x faster upon graduation pic.twitter.com/PvwakcGPGW
— Christine Reichard (@chrissyreichard) September 22, 2016
When you get too high on engineering, and start to think everything in those terms
News channels right now are like those engineering students who prepared for Trump and Hillary but Modi came out of syllabus.
— osho (@roflbaba) November 8, 2016
But hey, you become just that little bit sympathetic
— Umer Sohail (@ace_umer) November 11, 2016
Who doesn’t hate all the LinkedIn hogs
If I asked you for help on a HW assignment please don’t ask me to endorse you for consulting experience on LinkedIn #engineeringproblems
— engineering problems (@engineerproblem) June 13, 2016
Innocent revenge of a broken engineer
— engineering problems (@engineerproblem) May 20, 2016
Honestly teacher, I don’t know either!
— Viral Lobster (@ViralLobster) October 13, 2016
Say goodbye to your perfect exam scores.
Average for an exam was a 50. Sounds about right #engineeringproblems
— Girl Engineer Probs (@GirlEngrProbs) February 22, 2013
Yeah that’s the spirit that will keep you going through hell.
if i dont get through engineering school im going to become a comedian and my jokes will solely come from how awful my life is
— jush (@jushgrass_) October 26, 2016
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