If there’s anything we love as a generation, it’s making fun of ourselves. That being said, your inner 90s kid is about to be revived, see if you remember these fossils that mom and dad are always raving about.
Hide and seek was always fun as children, but what was even more thrilling was when you were hiding in that one nook of the house where you knew for a fact the seeker would never find you. We’re too old for hide and seek now, but some of us are still hiding in places we know we can't be found, the only difference is that nook in the house is now a computer screen.
Taking all advanced classes possible, as well as band and other extra curriculars, students such as sophomore Veronica Herrera are already bombarded with end of the year stress, yet limits are still being tested due to the backbreaking projects being assigned to almost all Johnson students.
Are you ever at lunch with your friends and they’re just spewing out words or phrases that makes Shakespeare seem like kindergarten material? Well have no fear, thou shall soon learneth the 2014 lingo that makes us all wish we lived on a different planet.
Walking down an alley, clutching our bags so tightly, our knuckles turn white, all of the while avoiding contact with the group of lust driven men whistling away various vulgarities. We zip up our jackets and make a beeline to our car. All to avoid any unwanted advances. Most women know this feeling. The fear that something will happen just because we’re… women.
Breaking Bad has Meth use in every episode, Teen Wolf is known for their ungodly amounts of gore and How I Met Your Mother has more sexual innuendos than it does dialogue. Yet, the use of things like the F-word is what can cause a network harm in terms of censorship. So is it time for our media to take the 'explicit' approach and let everything be in the open?