Sunday, April 20, 2008

High School Memory: Cherry Sistas v. Helians

I read my friends blog who I went to high school with and it got me thinking about the good old high school days. I thought I'd share this ridiculous and funny experience. In my high school there were a lot of cliques. There were the nerds, the poofy haired madrigals, the popular kids who sat on the senior bench, the sword fighting knights, and etc. But there was one clique that would go in history as the dumbest clique ever. I hope I don't hurt any feelings of the founding fathers who started this clique, I'm just reminesing.
I was a junior in high school and I considered myself a person who had a good amount of close friends. One of my friends thought it would be a good idea to start a club where her close girlfriends would join and they could share a sisterhood. They called themselves the "Cherry Sistas." This group included four of my close friends. They forgot to invite myself and my friend Kylee. The "Cherry Sistas" was a special group because of what they stood for. They sewed on their backpacks cherry buttons to show their dedication and loyalty to the other sistas. Also they would wear cherry patterned clothes on certain days. Imagine if your best friends started a group that was based around an awkward fruit and they didn't invite you?! How rude right?
Well to be cool like my counterparts Kylee, me, and my boyfriend at the time thought it would be a good idea to start our own group that would be just as cool. We called ourselves the "Hellians." Our whole mission was to corrupt the "Cherry Sistas." To corrput them we would plan ways to distract them and would cut of their cherry buttons with our purple FOXY swiss army knife. We successfully cut off all of the cherry buttons. One day the sistas realized that all of their buttons were gone from their backpacks. They knew that we were the only ones that would have a motive to do something so mean. When they confronted us they were so upset. They didn't talk to us for two weeks.
High school was full of weird and fun times. Do you have any stories like mine?


k y l e e said...

Oh my gosh Court! I didn't know you had a blog! I'm so excited! I feel honored to be part of this blessid blog. I'm glad we played a part in the demise of the Sisas. I miss your face.

Taylor said...

i'm so glad we're mature now....good ol' high school! Love you!