t.i.c.​


means "total internal confusion" and is an acronym often used, particularly when going into an exam and not knowing what you are doing there. One of the primary reasons is that you did not have enough time to meditate before the exam—wait I will explain this in a second—or your lecturer surprised you with a random test out of nowhere.

Note: To mediate before an exam means to perform the same ritual of lighting up a thick joint before writing an exam. How this works is when you are cramming under intense meditation, you are also supposed to walk into an upcoming exam at the same level as you were studying, lest you fail. In summary, the cure for T.I.C. is a little bit of THC.
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