10 tales from Twitter to soothe the woes of A-level results day
From still being in PJs at 11am, adults share how their post A-level life is working out.
A-level results day might be marked by pictures of students jumping aloft with their results in hand.
But for anyone who did not get the grades they hoped for, Twitter truly delivered on the jokes.
People who have been adulting for a while offered up life lessons for disappointed students or just pointed out the absurdity of some people detailing their results.
1. ‘Spoons will sort it
if you got shit a level results just go spoons for a morning pint honestly it'll sort you out x— tom (@tom_harlock) August 17, 2017
2. Day or night
Disappointing A Level results? Remember: you have no mortgage, no kids, no job, you're 18 and you can spend the rest of the day in the pub.— Keith Burge (@carryonkeith) August 17, 2017
3. Britney survived *that* year
4. Don’t become a pilot just yet
I lied about my A-level results amongst other things to get my pilots licence and then immediately reversed a Boeing 737 into terminal 5— Joe Wilkinson (@gillinghamjoe) August 17, 2017
5. Royals are a fun example
Getting your A-level results? Remember Prince Charles only got a B and a C yet still went to Cambridge and is next in line for the throne.— David Schneider (@davidschneider) August 17, 2017
6. And just the upper classes in general
Kids: #alevelresults aren't everything. I did terribly in mine, & now I'm the 14th Earl of Crathcraig. My dad, the 13th Earl, was the same.— James Clark (@MotoClark) August 17, 2017
7. Top notch adulting
You should follow my life advice because it's 11am and I'm still in my pyjamas and I had tiramisu for breakfast.— Anna James (@acaseforbooks) August 17, 2017
8. This is not a pipe
Didn't get the #alevelresults you wanted? Don't stress... I got all A*'s and I sit in a dark basement pretending to be a TV station all day.— Channel 4 (@Channel4) August 17, 2017
9. Life goes on
10. Just know cats rule… but not at A-levels
#alevelresultsday— Larry the Cat (@Number10cat) August 17, 2017
I didn't get any A-levels, because I'm a cat and that would be silly.