Category Archives: School

Some people are bad

I posted this last summer, but then took it back down after a few hours. I was afraid it would be taken the wrong way. My intent in sharing this story is not to malign anyone’s reputation but to emphasize … Continue reading

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Par-tay

I got an invitation to my 10-year high school reunion in the mail today. I knew the big day was coming up, but I didn’t know the official schedule of events until now. It looks like it will be a … Continue reading

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Contextual clues

Moritz the exchange student and I hit it off pretty quickly, but sometimes things got lost in translation. It isn’t that he didn’t speak “well English,” but occasionally his word choice was a little off. The following exchange occurred when … Continue reading

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The foreign exchange student

Our high school always got a surprising number of foreign exchange students each year. It was a bad deal for them. When they got the news they were going to the United States, they were probably picturing New York City … Continue reading

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Internuts

A friend sent me this screenshot from a former classmate’s Facebook page. 

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Crush

When I was 15, I fell in love. Or something like that. I don’t know any other word to describe my feelings for this boy. When I tell people about it now, they don’t understand how he had such a … Continue reading

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A text message from my mother

“The Doniphan postmaster told me that one of the high school teachers gave him a rash of shit because he showed her Chanukah stamps when she asked to see holiday stamps.”

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