He Said: The opposite sex on campus
By SCOTT LITTLE
Today I am supposed to write about the girls of Notre Dame and St. Mary's. I know every girl is unique and special, but that won't stop me from categorizing them like food products in a supermarket.
In my girl supermarket there are different aisles just like at a regular supermarket.
Most people say that Saint Mary's girls are easy, but wouldn't you be too if you were at a single sex school? Ha ha. I am only jesting. (No I'm not). Dances, I think, can be looked at as free sample days at the supermarket, and through these experiences I have basically found Saint Mary's girls and ND girls to be at the same market. There is a lot of uncovered ground at Saint Mary's though, and I totally recommend for guys to eat over at their dining hall once in a while even if their food isn't as good as it is at Notre Dame.
Here are the aisles/categories:
The Drinky Slut: This is a girl who seems to be normal during the week, but really all week long she just thinks about getting with guys, and when the weekend comes, and sometimes sooner than that, she will start drinking and then get with guys.
The Full of Grace: Too Catholic to like boys.
The Fun Friend: Fun to hang out with, has similar personality as you, but for one reason or another, you will never get with her.
The Chocolate Monkey: Gave up on boys a while ago and now spends her time swinging from candy bar to candy bar. (Usually Big)
The Friend's Sister: Off limits.
The Project: She will be fun and awesome but it will take a long time because of either high morals or narrow view on what is fun.
The Mirror Junky: Too stuck on themselves to actually like a boy.
The Taken: These girls are taken by boyfriends back home that are WAY better than any ND boy is!
The Librarian: You rarely see these girls because they are always studying.
The Sportsnuts: Athlete girls who are loud in the dining hall and have sports boyfriends.
The Amazing: Something about her is larger than life. She is a demigod, an inspiration, the kind of girl that you'd die for.
All Scene Stories for Wednesday, February 9, 2000