The 12 Days of a Penn Manor Christmas

Most of us are all too familiar with the traditional twelve days of Christmas.  Here at Penn Manor we have our own twelve days of Christmas.

Those who are having a good school season can look forward to the following:

Twelve Popcorn Chickens

Eleven Days of Christmas Break

Ten Big Cookies

Nine Early Dismissals

Eight Double Lunches

Seven Smiling Lunch Ladies

Six Rec Basketball Games

Five Happy Principals

Four Class Parties

Three Mindish Sightings

Two Snack Carts

One Giving Tree

Those who find themselves not having a very good school year may relate to the  following “gifts” of the season:

Twelve Saturday Schools

Eleven Puny Freshman

Ten Disgusting PDA’S

Nine Freezing Classrooms

Eight Detentions

Seven Pawned Class Rings

Six Squeaking Shoes

Five School Fights

Four Stinking Finals

Three Parking Deck Accidents

Two Snickering Girls

One Late research paper

Happy Holidays to All!

By Kimmy Bowman and Tyler Beckley

Comments

  1. Since when are there 12 days of Christmas? I only celebrate one day, and that’s 12/25. Now I’m sad.

  2. I’m sorry, but that is the cheesiest remake of a song I’ve ever seen. I agree with Nacho, there also aren’t technically twelve days of Christmas.

    Your friendly neighborhood Troll, Annon,\.
    (Yeah, I’m truly back.)