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TGIFF (Thank Goodness It’s Flannel Friday) pt. 7

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Week 7 of #FlannelFriday was very strong. Many kids at the high school are participating with this colder weather. Let’s take a look at this week’s people.

7-Jaden

The first person interviewed was junior and volleyball rockstar, Jaden Turner. Jaden prefers to wear her flannels buttoned up, four buttons to be exact. No more.  No less. Sometimes Jaden even wears a vest with her flannels because it adds a little bit of “flare.” Jaden owns five flannels. and her favorite color flannel to wear is black. Jaden wears flannel because she believes they are comfortable. When asked on a scale from 1 to 10 how sincerely Jaden would describe her flannel, she replied with “Obviously 10.” I think this was a little bit cocky, but that’s okays she’s good at sports, so she can be cocky.

7-walker

The next person interviewed was a teacher here at SHS, Mr. Walker. He usually wears his flannels with the sleeves rolled up and untucked. Sometimes he wears the sleeves rolled down; it all depends on the temperature outside. He owns a lot of flannels, and his favorite colored flannels to wear are his earth toned flannels. Mr. Walker wears flannels because they are comfortable. When asked on a scale from 1 to 10 how sincerely Walker would describe his flannel, he replied with, “What does that mean? Is that sarcastic? I don’t know what that question means.” Later on in the interview he told me that his flannels are “Rather, fairly, like a solid eight I guess.”

7-justin

The next interviewee was senior and my locker buddy, Justin Weyer. Justin usually wears his flannels unbuttoned, but if it’s cooler outside he will button it up. He owns exactly one flannel so his favorite color flannel to wear is the only flannel that he actually owns. He wears his flannel because his girlfriend, McKenna Walker, bought it for him and because he likes it. He believes it is very stylish, and he enjoys wearing cool colors. When asked on a scale from 1 to 10 how sincerely Justin would describe his flannel, he replied with, “What do you mean?” Then he ended up saying that it is an eight.

7-grant

Next up is senior, Grant Olson. Grant prefers to to wear his flannels unbuttoned with no shirt under it, but with the school dress code, he is told that he must wear a shirt under it. This makes Grant sad. His favorite color flannel to wear is his blue and brown one, and he owns about five different flannels. Grant wears flannels because he thinks they are comfortable. When asked on a scale from 1 to 10 how sincerely he would describe his flannel, he replied with an 11. Again cocky, but that is okay.

7-mom

The last person interviewed for this weeks edition of #FlannelFriday was my mother, Connie Connor. My mom prefers to wear her flannels with jeans and a shirt underneath. Her and my dad combined own about six different flannels. She likes to wear orange and blue flannels because she claims it matches her jeans. She might be colorblind, but we are unsure of that. My mom wears flannels for the purpose of #FlannelFriday!! We are so much alike, and I love it. When asked on a scale from 1 to 10 how sincerely Connie would describe her flannel, her replied with, “Oh, most definitely a 10.”

There are only a few more Fridays in the school year, so get your flannels out!

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TGIFF (Thank Goodness It’s Flannel Friday) pt. 7