Bicker’s ‘core attributes’
Published on April 6, 2011
According to Carrie Johnston ’93's letter (Nov. 3), the criteria to join a bicker club are, apparently, being sufficiently cool, rich, athletic, popular, sexy, and/or easy. It’s deeply satisfying to know that, despite having never communicated in any way, another Princeton graduate can so neatly and definitively peg the core attributes of a fellow alumnus. Since I’m quite sure I’ve never been considered cool, rich, athletic, popular, or sexy, I must have gotten into Tower Club because I was easy. To my own great misfortune, I must have selective amnesia, because I really wish I could remember those experiences.
Tom Sanderson ’00
CURRENT ISSUE: Apr. 6, 2011
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