Society & Culture:Personal Journals
"Let's face it; no kid in high school feels as though they fit in." - Stephen King
If you describe high school as "the best four years of my life," skip this episode, it's not for you.
For most of us, high school was an interminable slog of waiting for our lives to begin. The uncertainty... the acne... the Algebra II. No, thanks. Even though few of us relished the experience, those times are something we'll never forget.
Join Chicago media personality Gina B. and New York Times bestselling author Jen Lancaster as they recount the best--and worst--of their high school years, and explain the factors at work that keep those memories so damn indelible.
Is this episode better than a wedgie from a bully?
Better than pizza day in the cafeteria?
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Episode Twenty-Three: Fractured Fairytales
Episode Twenty-Two: Two Weeks? Yeah, and the Check Is in the Mail
Episode Twenty-One: Becky with the Good Hair
Episode Twenty: You're Not Neurotic, They're Just Rude
Episode Nineteen: The Antisocial Network
Episode Eighteen (No, Really): Liquor? I Barely Know Her!
Episode Seventeen: All the Single Ladies
Episode Sixteen: What's So F@#$%ing Funny?
Episode Fifteen: New Year... Who Dis?
Episode Fourteen: It's Always 4:20 Somewhere (Or Is It?)
Episode Thirteen: How to Holiday without Losing Your Damn Mind - Our Best Tips, Tricks, and Cheats
Episode Twelve: No One Can Keep Up with the Kardashians
Episode Eleven: Such a Pretty Fat
Episode Ten: Every Day Is Halloween
Episode Nine: Employed Is the New Black
Episode Eight: The Fall TV Preview BECAUSE NO ONE READS ANY MORE
Episode Seven: Let's Talk About Pets, Baby
Episode Six: Gimme Shelter (Programming)