I Predict Increased Fooooornication

Liberty University is now Sodom State:

Capri pants and flip-flops will be fine in class but shorts will remain forbidden as school starts next week at Liberty University, the college founded by the Rev. Jerry Falwell.

The end is nigh.

17 Responses to “I Predict Increased Fooooornication

  1. That’s still a century away from what Pensacola Christian College allows their students to wear. Check out the dress code for H.S. seniors doing a test run.

    All guests are asked to abide by College dress guidelines while on campus.
    Women: Modest knee-length dresses and skirts; culottes or full walking shorts for recreation—no slacks or jeans, please.
    Men: Casual pants (Dockers, etc.) and collared sport shirts. No shorts, please.

    Culottes for recreation? Um…hello!! Today’s real feel temp is 116 degrees, 89% humidity, dew point of 74 degrees.

  2. The Real JeffS says:

    The end is nigh.
    Doncha mean “This end is the thigh”?

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    The thigh is just the begining…

  4. Ken Summers says:

    Culottes signal the end of civilization.

  5. Mr. Bingley says:

    How many coeds will be sans culottes after a few beers?

  6. How can ‘walking shorts’ be full?

  7. after a few beers?
    Whoa whoa WHOA!!!! Beer is right out!

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    full walking shorts for procreation
    I bet.

  9. How can ‘walking shorts’ be full?
    Ask Bingley about refritos…

  10. Lisa says:

    I mentioned on an earlier thread that I went to a conservative Christian college. The year before I started (’83), they finally abolished the rule that girls had to wear dresses to class. They only allowed the wearing of shorts five or six years ago (you still can’t wear them to class).
    I had PE 101 the first semester of my freshman year. I ran in the Arkansas August heat and humidity in sweatpants. It’s a miracle that none of us dropped dead of heatstroke.
    I had daily chapel, an 11:00 p.m. curfew, and we weren’t allowed IN THE DOORS of the men’s dorms, but still, PCC beats all I’ve ever seen.

  11. When the PCC kids get on an airplane with you, it’s always like a scene out of Witness, only drearier and more uptight. And they’re cheerful, sweet kids, just dreadful to look at.
    Well, Lisa, I can tell you from personal experience hanging out in doorways ain’t all it’s cracked up to be.

  12. Lisa says:

    I didn’t word that sentence very well — what I meant to say was girls weren’t allowed in the men’s dorms at all. Not even in the lobby. If we wanted to meet up with a guy friend, he’d either have to come get us (they WERE allowed in our dorms but only as far as the lobby) or we’d call and tell them to wait five minutes then come outside.
    I didn’t really have a problem with my college. I knew the rules when I got there, but the double standard was a little hard to take. Boys had a curfew, but it wasn’t enforced. They could wear shorts (and this was the 80s, so they were shorty-shorts like Dolphins) during sports or recreation where we had to wear sweatpants. Girls weren’t as “encouraged” to be on the “career track” as boys were. Stuff like that.
    But I made good friends there, and got a decent liberal arts education, so it wasn’t all bad.

  13. Mr. Bingley says:

    Were the men allowed in the girls’ doors?
    {blinks innocently}

  14. (Lisa, BHUUWAhahahaha!!) You’re quite delightful to visit with today and have a lovely sense of humor, so it would appear you didn’t emerge too traumatized. Although the sweatpants story is very, very scary.

  15. Ken Summers says:

    When I was in high school, our forensic teams went to a meet at Pepperdine Malibu. The full court recruitment press was on. All amenities were open for us (gym, pool, etc.) including the cafeteria which had excellent food. We all put it high on our “to apply to” lists…
    …then we found a copy of the dorm rules.
    We all immediately scratched it off our lists. I’ve no doubt it’s a great school academically but some things cannot be tolerated.

  16. But that was eighty years ago, Mr. Summers!! We’re talking 2005 and they’re STILL doing it!

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