The half-truths, omissions, and outright lies about floating through law school.

The pre-Ls are coming

Friday, February 18, 2005

Some pre-Ls showed up today to "look" at the school. It's not the official weekend or anything so it's the real go-getters among them who somehow found each other and traveled here as a pack. Weird. I only got involved because a friend of a friend was dragging them around campus and "showing them around and stuff" and I ran into her and was promptly introducted. "This is AnonymousLawStudent, if you have ANY questions that I have not been able to answer, I know he would love to help you all out." In fact I would not. I just wanted to get some coffee and go read in solitude. Instead I get roped into giving a standard spiel about myself: hometown, undergrad, major, favorite drugs, summer employment, journal, food allergies, future legal career plans, etc. The pre-Ls wince in excitement whey I um casually drop my summer employer's name. Apparently they have heard of it. A wave of satisfaction washes over me as I contemplate running home for a bit to look at some porn instead of reading when I realize that one of the pre-Ls is smoking hot. Blonde, just a tad slutty looking, no more than a year out of college, with a slim runner's body and an ass that can only be accurately described as "grabbable." I notice the latter part when she half-turns to whisper something into the ear of a considerably fatter girl next to her. While maintaining eye contact with the blonde wonder I make sure to give my email. If you have ANY further questions you can email me. Oh yes I am looking at you, you should definitely email me. She kind of half-smiles and jots something down on a map of our library that they all picked up somewhere. Well perhaps I accomplished something today. As I scurry off I notice that given the extremely tight tan wool pants she is wearing there is undoubtedly nothing greater than a g-string under there. I no longer go for coffee and instead delve right into my antitrust reading instead.


At 5:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I delve into my antitrust reading every day, sometimes more than once a day. The horizontal merger guidelines are my favorite!

At 1:58 PM, Blogger ALS said...

"I delve into my antitrust reading every day, sometimes more than once a day. The horizontal merger guidelines are my favorite!"

Only a man/woman with no heart could not adore those guidelines.


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