18 Ways Going To An All Girls' School Changes You Forever
Why isn't it publicly acceptable to pull up your tights wherever?
You will never get used to the fact that it's not socially acceptable to pull your tights up in public.
Or shout across a room, "Does anyone have a tampon? Anyone else got one with an applicator?"
It's annoying that most people require privacy to change clothing rather than just going for it wherever they may be.
You've been through the gossip wars, and you are now prepared for anything.
Anyways, no gossip is as good as that lesbian gossip was that time.
Seeing a girl hysterically crying in the toilet doesn't phase you that much.
You're very good at dressing casual.
Generally you are pretty cool with the discussion of all bodily fluids.
Hair removal still feels like an unnecessary chore.
When you had your first class or meeting in a mixed-gender environment, it was a bit of a shock.
You know all about the glass ceiling and are prepared to smash it.
Wearing make-up every day seems like the most effort ever.
You're very resourceful when it comes to meeting potential men.
You didn't realise oversharing was a thing until you left school.
At school, no detail about a romantic encounter was too insignificant to share.
You just don't understand what "eating like a girl" is supposed to mean.
Deciding what to wear in the morning is incredibly hard these days.
It gave you too many happy memories and you know you wouldn't be the same without it.
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