Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Undergrads: Keep Out

Call me selfish, but I do NOT like sharing my nice law school building with undergrads. Every once in a while I will catch a gaggle of undergrads giggling and blushing at one of the tables in the common area of my law school.

It's easy to identify the culprits. Not only do they tote aroung Biology and Chemistry books, they talk about their boyfriends still in highschool (shock!), and talk loudly on their cell phones while chewing gum (also really loudly). They are also easy to identify because, well, they dress like undergrads. They typically wear their Ambercrombie labels, college organization t-shirts, and sorority outfits and accessories.

Undergrads at my school have the entire campus as their jungle gym- to romp and be rowdy. I, on the other hand, only have the sanctuary of one building. I don't understand what compells them to frequent my building. Sometimes I think they do it just to feel cool or something (I wish being in the lawbuilding was enough to make me feel cool). So undergrads, please STAY OUT!

If I was going to commandeer a table in someone else's school, I would work harder to blend in and follow the unspoken behavioral rules. I would at least respect the people around me who are dwelling in peaceful silence or desperately cramming in between classes. AND I would not eat all the taco bowls on the Thursday menu.

3 comments:

newduck said...

I'm pretty sure the only reason they hang around the law school is in the hopes of picking a law school mate. In the old days it was known as "gold digging" but since lawyers now earn crap money I've since dubbed it "nickel digging."

Law Student Hot Mama said...

The ladies are definitely there to scope the law school boys . . . I gotta back newduck up. Being in law school myself (and looking at the guy sitting at the other end of the table in the library where I presently am who is both picking his nose and scratching his nuts), I wonder what they're scoping for? Definitely no material here worth scoping . . .

Cee said...

i bet you two are 100% correct... and yes, looking around my school I'm realizing these girls would fair better in the School of Engineering lobby...