Remember This? #27 Lockers

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  1. lynnie

    I actually don’t remember having a Dooney & Burke bag in high school…

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  2. Alicia C.

    I don’t know you lynnie, but I HAVE to give you props for that comment! I thought the same thing! I know some girls had purses in our day, but for the most part I think we all just had backpacks. I know no one with a $200 purse wore it to school. This makes me think that (the long debated subject of) uniform dress should just be rule…

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  3. Melia

    Wow, I wouldn’t have known that the purse was so pricey. Ahh, yes, some of the SV kids have quite the wardrobe, or fancy-pants cars. I hope people don’t assume that all private school kids are Mr. & Ms. Moneybags. My lunch hours spent in the school library doing work-study say otherwise!

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  4. Mr. Hsu

    I had a full length locker in high school. It made no sense because the books all congregated at the bottom of the locker, leaving the top 90% of the locker unused.

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  5. lynnie

    It had to be said Alicia! Our lockers were divided into 4 rows, bottom row was freshman, row above that was for sophomore students and so on. They were small so I ended up stowing some stuff where I worked on campus; in the library. MUCH bigger area.

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  6. Siobhan

    Awww, bottom locker hell! I’m SO glad I only had to deal with that for one year. I made sure to come to book-buying/locker-getting day EARLY for the other 3 years.

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  7. Melia

    I had a bottom locker freshman year that was located right next to the entrance to the algebra room. So I’d not only get hit in the head by the top locker, but also by the classroom door.

    My best friend and I shared a full-length locker sophomore year, and we had an evolving collage of ridiculous images from teen magazines. We enjoyed cutting out photos of our classmates’ heads and sticking them on other people’s bodies (a cowboy, a pro wrestler, Gumby, etc.). This activity still makes me laugh no matter what.

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  8. Mom

    Bottom lockers are so California. Where I grew up on the East Coast, we had heavy winter coats, boots, hats, and scarves to store, so everyone had a full-length locker. I still have nightmares about not being able to remember my locker combination.

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