If you can’t identify with these things, are you really a Falcon? 1. Prioritizing what homework to do based on the set order the next day “So if I have lit last tomorrow, might as well wait until lunch to start writing that essay, right?” 2. Blaming the freshmen parents on the traffic in the […]
If you can’t identify with these things, are you really a Falcon?
1. Prioritizing what homework to do based on the set order the next day
“So if I have lit last tomorrow, might as well wait until lunch to start writing that essay, right?”
2. Blaming the freshmen parents on the traffic in the student parking lot
It’s just the greatest when getting out of the parking lot adds an extra 20 minutes to your commute home.
3. The struggle of unlocking a flipped lock
4. Trying to convince your teachers that every Friday is Vocation Friday
I just want to see Mr. Guro’s selfie with the first Chipotle ever made again.
5. “Early or late lunch?”
Do you even go to CB if you don’t say this once a week?
6. Asking what the sets are at least three times a day
The alphabet taken to the next level.
7. A never ending collection of college sweatshirts
Probably never getting into Harvard… getting the sweatshirt anyways.
8. The A Set Teachers that don’t mark you tardy>>>
10. Gridlock Central: The intersection between the language and freshman hallways.
Just put your head down and push through.
11. The struggle of finding friends on four block day lunches
12. Joining a ton of clubs but never going to the meetings
Signing up for the Dance Team, Frozen Banana Society, GQ Club, Minivan Club, AND Rap Debate Club seemed like a really good idea at first.
13. The cafeteria line during all school lunches<<<
Take that sweet time in line to contemplate if eating is worth all that waiting around.
14. Your daily attire outside of school is basically the CB dress code
It’s called FASHION.
15. The day before Holy Bowl: “THIS IS OUR YEAR, GUYS!”
16. The day after Holy Bowl: “We’ll get ’em next year!”
17. Mr. Eckel managing to set off the fire alarm every year
18. The cafeteria cookies
A $1.75 you’ll never regret spending
19. Calling every good deed you see “Lasallian”
“Oh, you opened the door for me? How Lasallian of you!”