#1 In Catholic school, the Lord was your tried and true matchmaker.
catholic school culture is sitting next to ur crush during mass so u can hold their hand during the our father
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#2 Your school wasn’t special unless its namesake was a true legend.
catholic school culture is being bored and unimpressed when a saint’s biography concludes with “they died peacefully of old age”
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#3 You knew the exact skirt length — down to the centimeter — that you could get away with.
catholic school girl culture is having the art of skirt rolling down to a t.
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#4 Or you’d decide it was worth making a deal with the devil and ignore the dress code completely.
Catholic school culture is wearing out of dress code socks and playing a dangerous game of cat and mouse with your dean
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#5 Speaking of which, you’ve just about had ENOUGH of this unrealistic dress code representation in the media.
I SAW LADYBIRD LAST NIGHT AND I LOVED IT SO MUCH IT HURTS BUT AS SOMEONE WHO ATTENDED CATHOLIC SCHOOL FROM PRESCHOOL THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION, YOU WOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED TO HAVE YOUR HAIR DYED THAT COLOR. I WASN’T EVEN ALLOWED TO GET HIGHLIGHTS. THANK YOU.
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#6 You and your friends would raise hell if the rosary lasted longer than it needed to.
catholic school culture is praying the holy rosary and freaking out whenever the leader misses or exceeds the mysteries by one hail mary
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#7 Or you’d fall into a daze and got lost beyond redemption.
catholic school culture is looking at a nearby friend’s rosary while trying to figure out what bead ur on
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#8 The best part about mass was skipping class.
Catholic school culture is hoping the all-school mass runs long enough so you can miss as many classes as possible
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#9 But there will always be that one hymn that absolutely SLAPS.
Catholic school culture is getting lit to that one song at mass that everyone knows all the lyrics and hand motions to
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#10 Literally anything that took up class time was WORTH. IT.
Catholic school culture is when everyone has a “special intention” to delay the start of class as long as possible
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#11 You knew everyone in your school and it was impossible to keep anything private.
Catholic school culture is when everyone knows what you did over the weekend before second period.
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#12 Catholic school girls knew how to be prepared for every occasion.
Catholic school culture is having two school skirts… one for mass and one for when there’s a possibility you might see a boy after school
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#13 Having to find an outfit to wear on a dress down day was truly daunting.
Catholic school culture is asking your friends what you are wearing on dress down days because you only wear uniforms
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#14 And your public school friends were shocked to learn you had to PAY to wear regular clothes.
All my people that went to a catholic school at one point in time please tell me y’all remember when those bastards would make us pay $1 to wear our own fu*king jeans
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#15 Fun and games during class were one thing, but during Mass they were on a WHOLE ‘nother level.
Catholic school culture is making your peer ministry friend stick the communion host in your mouth during school mass
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#16 Having the sleekest forehead cross made all your classmates super jealous.
Peak Catholic school culture is comparing how smudged your ashes are to everyone else’s on Ash Wednesday
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#17 However, the truest form of envy happened every December.
Catholic school culture is being incredibly jealous of whoever gets to play Mary in the nativity play each year
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#18 School was about 100 times more confusing if you weren’t actually Catholic.
non-catholic in catholic school culture is not knowing how u ended up sitting in mass bc it was disguised as another event
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#19 You knew it would be a good day when your teacher popped in this DVD.
catholic school culture is feeling the need to watch the prince of Egypt every once in a while to take a break from actual class
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#20 And, finally, if all else fails, you know your school always has a job lined up for you.
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