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Wednesday, October 01, 2008

More Reunion Crap

When posting photos onto a Yahoo group dedicated to a 20th high school reunion, I find that a few simple rules should apply.

First: Nobody wants to see photos of your kids. They have NOTHING to do with your high school experience and generally, people only care about their own kids. YOUR kids are only interesting to YOU.

Second: If you are posting mostly photos from high school, photos that fall into the category of "OH, I remember that! Thanks for posting." and NOT adding photos of yourself in present day then it follows that you felt you peaked in high school and are likely ashamed of the person you are now. Go listen to Springsteen's "Glory Days" (something that was probably out when we were in high school) and scan some recent pics already!

Third: If you are NOT posting high school photos and only posting present day photos then you probably "blossomed" after high school and are trying to forget the awkward high school days. Therefore you are unlikely to attend the reunion.

Fourth: You should really ONLY post both (present and past) or none at all. We only go to these things to see what happened to you since high school (translation: would we still want to bang you or would we want to bang you now?). We want to remember when and wonder if. Got it? Your kids are meaningless to us.

Fifth: If I personally have posted none of these types of photos it has to do with the facts that I A) don't give a shit and B) am pissed that more of you don't understand rules 1 through 4.

Get some clues, people!



Anonymous LisaBinDaCity said...

Nice rant and probably true.

I did enjoy MY reunion though ;-)

5:43 AM

Blogger Bud said...

That sums it up pretty well, my friend.

10:30 AM

Blogger Ole Blue The Heretic said...

High school sucks why remember it?

10:39 AM


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