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High school reunions

triptych

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Today social media networks seem to have sent the idea of high school reunions to oblivion......everyone else already knows what you're up to these days because of FB; but HSR are not 100% gone.
I've been to one of them and loved it ...like I loved my high school daZe ....but some wild things can happen :)

BuzzFeed: People Who've Attended Their High School Reunions Are Spilling The Drama, And These Are Some Wild, IRL Plot Twists.
https://www.buzzfeed.com/victoriavouloumanos/class-reunion-horror-stories
 

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I went to my 20th reunion and was sad to learn of all the people who died way to young. My high school boyfriend passed when he was 47 and I didn't know. But it was fun to see the few people who did show up.
 

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#13 and #18 from that article were my favorites. I can't believe somebody actually showed up to their high school reunion with their paycheck, and I really can't believe someone held on to a grudge for 55 years over something that happened in 7th grade. Breh...

 

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#13 and #18 from that article were my favorites. I can't believe somebody actually showed up to their high school reunion with their paycheck, and I really can't believe someone held on to a grudge for 55 years over something that happened in 7th grade. Breh...

Hi there. Grudges are a common thing of this kind of reunion. My HS reunion was cool coz I (we) had the time of our lives in HS.
 

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@Speed King I went to my 20th just to see who would show up and see how fat and out of shape everyone was. :gig: There weren't that many people there, but the head cheerleader (who thought her ass was a cream puff and everyone wanted a bite) did show up. She was HUGE and I didn't even recognize her. I guess her ass DID turn into a cream puff. LOL
 

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@Speed King I went to my 20th just to see who would show up and see how fat and out of shape everyone was. :gig: There weren't that many people there, but the head cheerleader (who thought her ass was a cream puff and everyone wanted a bite) did show up. She was HUGE and I didn't even recognize her. I guess her ass DID turn into a cream puff. LOL
Hahahahaha :)
 

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Hi there. Grudges are a common thing of this kind of reunion. My HS reunion was cool coz I (we) had the time of our lives in HS.
55 years, though? Come on, brother! (Him, not you, obviously.) :gig:

As a person who doesn't typically hold grudges, it really is amazing to me how long some people hold on to stuff. The one about the two guys who got into a fight over that girl they liked or dated in high school was pretty funny, too. I find the mere idea of fighting someone over a female that you're not even romantically involved with hilarious. Neither one of y'all are dating her now. Maaaaaannnnnn...



I'm like @Speed King. To each their own, but I haven't gone to any of my high school reunions and don't plan to. Most of my friends during that time were in the grade below me anyway. Heck, I even skipped prom.
 

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55 years, though? Come on, brother! (Him, not you, obviously.) :gig:

As a person who doesn't typically hold grudges, it really is amazing to me how long some people hold on to stuff. The one about the two guys who got into a fight over that girl they liked or dated in high school was pretty funny, too. I find the mere idea of fighting someone over a female that you're not even romantically involved with hilarious. Neither one of y'all are dating her now. Maaaaaannnnnn...



I'm like @Speed King. To each their own, but I haven't gone to any of my high school reunions and don't plan to. Most of my friends during that time were in the grade below me anyway. Heck, I even skipped prom.
I agree, ya gotta move on with chicks hehehehe.....(sorry Magic , no offence ....you know I'm a lady's man at heart :)).
Said this , I invite you all to watch The Big Chill to really get what I'm on about. HS reunions have a sort of strange mystic aura about them that defies all logic of human behaviour. Ponder people ponder.