What’s the deal with ...
“Immaculate congestion:” Basically everyone has experienced when traffic is backed up for miles then suddenly, every car returns to the typical high-paced speed without passing an accident, stalled car, or road construction. Can anyone explain why this happens?
Parents on Facebook: Why do you not only need to creep on your kids but also their friends? Get a hobby.
“Nice” voice: You know exactly what I’m talking about. Basically it is the voice that someone uses when talking to people that aren’t his or her friends. The voice is automatically happier, nicer, sweeter, and higher pitched than normal. This is often used when people want something and is usually frowned upon by all of society.
Pajamas: Since when was it OK to just roll out of bed and go to school wearing pajamas? Do you not have clothes?
School dietary substitutions: Are they really saving St. James High School from obesity? I’m sure the fatty foods are absorbed throughout the day and not gained from one chicken biscuit at break. Oh, and the diet drinks aren’t helping either. Maybe take a look at the lunch menu.
Crossing-the-line jokes: Just a few weeks ago, I witnessed a senior laughing and joking about a mentally disabled student at St. James. Really? That is not at all funny, to say the least, and isn’t it about time to get a few priorities straight?
Note: “What’s the deal?” should be noted and ignored, embraced and dismissed, laughed at and revered. Thanks.