how come you get written up for wearing your pajamas? i did it all the time my senior year. on the days when i took the time to put on jeans, i could usually be seen zipping and buttoning them on the way into first period.i remember when i considered those days a difficult time in life.
Getting up, getting dressed...the absolute worst part of the day. I agree with George one hundred percent.
Every shot's a glamour shot for Georgia. She said it herself.
MF- It's in the "Student Handbook" that if you wear pajamas to school, you get written up and either have to go home and change or wear something from the nurse's office... I'd rather put on my jeans
I love the fact that you can wear a cooter skirt but you can't wear big-ass flannel pants.
georgia: does the nurse's office have cool clothes? they didn't when i used to wet my pants in elementary school, but i thought things might have changed. t: cooter skirt? sick.
I saw a bunch of sororiwhores wearing cooter skirts last week when it was really, really cold. Not only does that guarantee. let's face it, a chilly cooter, but this unseasonable style choice also creates the possibility of severe frostbite of the penis for our fraternity men when they plug into that shit.
"plug into that shit" ..wow...
she's so purdy.
Glad to hear the word "cooter" is still in use. I told my family a few years back that they weren't allowed to call me by my childhood nickname of Cooter and/or Coot anymore since it now meant vagina (I used that term just to make them squirm). Supposedly Cooter was a derivation of Kathleen .... Whatever. George -- get a job where you can work from home. My summer uniform is shorts/tank top and winter uniform is sweats/fleece. Year round shoes are an old pair of Bongo platform flip flops (your Mom probably has a pair since we used to do alot of shoe shopping together) worn with our without socks depending on the temp. Randy's not so pleased with the look, but I'm pretty happy.
uh, yeah Kathy, I've seen that look on Tania, and I'm with Randy.
yeah grg, and you always look like you just stepped out of GQ
SNAP!!! Chalk one up for Mamoo!!!
Once, when I was in charge of my high school, I dedicated an entire day to wearing pajamas to school. It was called "bum around day."
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