Class status in school

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Class status in school

Post by Archived Topic » Mon Oct 11, 2004 12:58 pm

What is the origin of the school class status terms "Freshman", "Sophomore", "Junior", "Senior"
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Post by Archived Reply » Mon Oct 11, 2004 1:13 pm

Just click on the link to COED. I'm surprised you missed something so obvious!
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Post by Archived Reply » Mon Oct 11, 2004 1:27 pm

Are you an undercover agent for the North Wales Tourist Board, Erik? Send me some daffodils to the Tower. It's already got
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Post by Archived Reply » Mon Oct 11, 2004 1:41 pm

a leak. And it seems I'm bugged. If you can't manage daffs at this time of the year, send a butler so I can get my story out.
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Post by Archived Reply » Mon Oct 11, 2004 1:56 pm

Sounds like some kind of typically limey deviousness disguised with public school speech codes.
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