When you’re on Spring Break, you need to have amazing adventures. Avoiding boring activities is essential because when you get back to school everyone is going to ask you one question, “Do ya feel lucky? Well do ya, punk?” Oops…uh…they’re going to ask you, “How was your Spring Break?”
That’s why you’ve got to have amazing Spring Break adventures. You’ve got to go down into the lion’s den on a snowy day to wrestle the ferocious beast. Your tan must be so dramatically improved from your time at the beach that your own friends and family can no longer recognize you. It’s dire that you explain to your friends, family, and co-workers how you spent your Spring Break winning first place in a Worldwide Rock, Paper, Scissors competition.
Without great stories, you’re going to feel shame. You’re going to feel like you missed out. If you’re a CIU student, then it’s too late now. The Spring Break has come and gone. So if all you did was play video games, then you’ve got to make that sound cool. If you slept the entire Spring Break, then you’ve got to say that you were doing your best Sleeping Beauty imitation. If you gained twenty pounds eating your mom’s food, then you must explain that you were aiding starving children in Africa by eating all of the food on your plate.
But if you’re not a CIU student, then you’ve still got time. If you’re about to go on Spring Break or you’re just living life, then live adventurously. Have some amazing stories to tell people, so that conversations with your friends will be more exciting. But if you’re a CIU student and you have some amazing Spring Break stories, then feel free to share them with me. I love amazing Spring Break stories. So, I’ll ask you one question, “How was your Spring Break?”