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Even as a Catholic, I hated Catholic school. I hated our uniforms. They were a horrible yellow and green, with skirts that felt like heavy curtains and shirts made of 2% cotton. On hot days the shirts would stick to your body and slowly creep up to your armpits every time you moved.
So forget that Catholic School girl fantasy because there’s a lot of baggage that comes with those knee socks. [excerpt]
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Miano, Emily A., "The Secret Life of Schoolgirls" (2013). SURGE. 159.