by The Cowl Editor on November 21, 2019
by Lil Wit ’21
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are falling, there’s pumpkin spice everywhere, and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. For many students, that means a nice, relaxing weekend home is on the horizon. Others are in for a harder conversation than the one with that creepy uncle you (thankfully) see only once a year.
Our roving reporters hit the sidewalks to see what PC students have to say about the idea of “Splits-giving.” We spoke with one student, a senior, wise after enduring seven semesters of college, named Joanne. Here’s what she had to say: “You know, it seems like more people are staying with their high school significant other. But then Thanksgiving rolls around and it’s Splits-giving—the breakup that happens after realizing that a high school relationship isn’t going to work anymore.”
It sounds like some people are going to be diving into that stuffing and pie as a way of filling a void besides their stomachs. Keep your friends close and your significant others even closer (unless you’re the one doing the damage, then Godspeed).