12 Things You Don’t Want To Answer This Thanksgiving

ThanksgivingIt’s the time that every high school and college students dread: Thanksgiving. Don’t get me wrong we love the food, family, and the break from school, but we do not like the millions of interrogative questions we do not want to answer.

  1. Do you have a boyfriend?

(insert major eye roll). The standard question that students know is coming from family members. No I still don’t have a boyfriend, and no I don’t know why.

  1. Have you changed your major?

No I haven’t changed my major, and if I do I probably will let everyone in my family know so don’t worry about it.

  1. Have you made any new friends?

Yes I try to be social and make new friends don’t worry about it.

  1. Who are the people in your pictures?

They  are random strangers…just kidding obviously they are my friends.

  1. Are you eating enough?

I promise I am eating. I might be eating lots of junk food, but don’t worry I am eating even if it is at midnight.

  1. Freshman 15?

First you ask if I’m eating enough, and then you casually ask me about the weight I’ve gained. Yes I know I might have gained a little weight, but I don’t want your opinion on it.

  1. Is sorority life partying 24/7?

I know you have the stereotypical view of a sorority, but I promise you we are so much more than that. I am a part of a sisterhood that holds me to high standards. It is a place where I can be myself, and be pushed to be the best version of myself.

  1. How are your grades?

Not that it is any of your business, but don’t worry I basically live in the library. I am trying my hardest, but trust me college is a lot harder than high school.

  1. Are you sleeping enough?

Probably not, but don’t worry I sleep till 12 on the weekends.

  1. What clubs are you in?

I am usually at the library or my sorority, so I basically don’t have time for anything else.

  1. Do you do your laundry?

I try to keep up with it, but I also have a busy life. Don’t take for granted being at home and having your mom do your laundry.

12. Do you go to the gym?

Honestly I don’t have time for that. Does walking to a class that is twenty minutes away count?

12 Classic Movies You Have To Watch

Who doesn’t love a good movie? I have compiled a list of 12 classic movies everyone needs to watch sometime during their life (in no particular order of course).

Unknown1. The Notebook (2004) 

Who doesn’t love a good love story? I may be a hopeless romantic, but The Notebook is one of my favorite love stories. It may be the most recent film on the list, but it is definitely one you need to watch.

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This classic 60s movie stars the timeless beauty, Audrey Hepburn, and shows the story of a young New York socialite who has big dreams.

Unknown3. The Breakfast Club (1985)

A classic 80s movie that portrays five different characters that everyone can connect to.

Unknown4. Wizard Of Oz (1939)

This dreamy tale is perfect for any age and can make even the hardest hearts smile.

Unknown5. To Kill A Mocking Bird (1962)

A movie based of the novel by Harper Lee, and something that really makes one think about racial injustice that is still relevant in present day.

Unknown-16. The Sound of Music (1965)

The perfect mix of a movie and music starring the radiant Julie Andrews.

Unknown7. Mary Poppins (1964)

Full of catchy tunes that will never escape from your mind and also starring the classic actress Julie Andrews.

Unknown-18. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

This classic animated movie is one of the first films that ignites the desire for little girls to become princesses.

Unknown9. Titanic (1997)

A tragic story of loss and love based off of the tragic sinking of the Titanic vessel where many lives were lost.

Unknown-110. Toy Story (1995)

This classic animated movie is one that touches the heart of the inner child in all of us and continued to be a success way after the release of the first one.

Unknown11. Clueless (1995)

Maybe one not everyone views as a classic, but it is a movie that is still referenced in today’s culture. It portrays the life of a wealthy young teenage girl who discovers the important things in life.

Unknown-112. Sleeping Beauty (1959)

Last but not least I had to throw in my very favorite princess movie. Who doesn’t love a disney princess movie?

Feel free to share your favorite classic movies in the comments!