Josh, being a grammar geek doesn’t mean I have less friends. It means I have fewer friends.
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“I don’t even own a pair of pants, unless my silk romper counts. But, once I get cold, I can’t even feel my legs or arms anymore so it’s not too big of a deal.”
“I didn’t know if I was really supposed to read it or not.” Shetterly said. “But then I started getting more and more emails about it towards the end of the summer and I kinda freaked out, so I decided to just not read it. Also, since when are books like 200 pages?”
Before you go off and apply to internships and jobs for next summer, take a look at what I’ve learned these past few months.
“Brett Green first came up with the idea for the resolution while slurping up some Fireball from the navel of girl known only to him as “the Other Sarah.”
“From day one, we wanted to create a Dillo Day for everyone,” said Bailee
Golden, Mayfest’s Diversity and Inclusion chair. “Having the multi-lingual Duolingo owl as our ‘ethnic opener,’ if you will, is going to ensure that this Dillo isn’t just for privileged English-speakers.”
“Nothing better represents the Dillo Day spirit than the Easter Island head that Squidward lives in.”
In situations where she might find herself saying, “you’ll never guess who’s going to be on the Main Stage this year!” or “Guys, I have literally wanted a Ferris wheel on the Lakefill since I was born,” she now just stands there without making a peep.
“After the event, we can just take a big net and scoop everybody into it. Just grab each person’s Wildcard information and send them home.”
During the performance of a highly amusing skit in which the members of the troupe pretended to be people with practical professions, one of the Barnyard Boys tripped and knocked over the elaborate array of candles set up to provide illumination at that late hour.