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That Embarrassing Valentine’s day Moment…

Quotes Compiled by Emily Christianson, Features Editor

“On Valentine’s day one year, I ran to my crush's locker as fast as I could to put a note and candy inside of his locker. Someone had given me his combination so it would be a surprise to him. As I was putting the things into his locker, one of his friends approached me and asked why I was breaking into his locker and I ran away as fast as I could of embarrassment.” -Lynsey Hudson, senior.

“On Valentine’s day one year, I ran to my crush’s locker as fast as I could to put a note and candy inside of his locker. Someone had given me his combination so it would be a surprise to him. As I was putting the things into his locker, one of his friends approached me and asked why I was breaking into his locker and I ran away as fast as I could of embarrassment.” –Lynsey Hudson, senior.

 

 

 

 “A few years ago I made my boyfriend (now husband) jalapeno poppers from scratch. I took the first bite of one to see how they turned out. It was good and not too spicy, so I nodded my approval. So he picked one up, bit into it... and slowly his face went from satisfaction to realization and then panic as he felt how hot his jalapeno was. He frantically said, "Ranch! Ranch! I need ranch!" as he grabbed for the ranch dipping sauce to put out the fire in his mouth. We look back on it now and laugh” -Meredith Moseley, English teacher.

 

“A few years ago I made my boyfriend (now husband) jalapeno poppers from scratch. I took the first bite of one to see how they turned out. It was good and not too spicy, so I nodded my approval. So he picked one up, bit into it… and slowly his face went from satisfaction to realization and then panic as he felt how hot his jalapeno was. He frantically said, “Ranch! Ranch! I need ranch!” as he grabbed for the ranch dipping sauce to put out the fire in his mouth. We look back on it now and laugh” –Meredith Moseley, English teacher.

 

 

 

 

photo by Lilly Quaid

photo by Lilly Quaid

“One year my friend and I were going to send candy grams to the people we liked but I found out we liked the same person and in an attempt to hide that I quickly changed the name on my gram to a boy I knew. I didn’t think about it again until Valentine’s day when he received it our english class and I found out I had misspelled his name. The next day he was absent and I all asked him about it he told me that when reading the candy gram he walked into a pole and got a concussion.” –Mia Thompson, senior.