The leaves are turning pretty colors, there's a turkey on the table, your uncle just pissed his pants and passed out on the couch and the biological slaughter of millions of indigenous people is the last thing on your mind" it must be Thanksgiving! And look at you: a new college student, freshly returned home from half a semester away and excited to see your old friends. Looks like it's time for that sacred rite of Fall, that holy gathering of friends, looks like it's time to attend your first Hoodie Party! Hoodie Party: N A gathering (party) of recently returned freshman over the Thanksgiving break. The gathering is so named because everyone in attendance and we mean everyone will be wearing their school's hoodie.
It's great to get back together with all your old friends, crack a few beers and let the good time roll. But remember, Hoodie Parties are about three things and three thing only: lying, reminiscing and hooking up with old high school crushes. Below you'll find all the advice you need to triumph in all three of these extremely important categories. LyingLying to your old friends is one of the most important things you can do when attending a Hoodie Party. The fact of the matter is most schools are exactly the same: the same parties, the same people, the same frats and the same diseases coursing through the same sororities. But, wait a minute, you're proud of your school, right? You're wearing your hoodie, right? Well it's time to lie, my friend. Nobody is going respect you unless you let them know that you haven't been sober for more than ten hours since orientation even though that is blatantly, flagrantly untrue. Now, let's get started. There are two common techniques for lying about your school at a hoodie party: the embellisher and the add-on.