• Bailey Sutherland

    Bailey Sutherland

    Class of 2013
    Duluth, MN
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    I am an Advertising and Public Relations major, minoring in Management and English. I grew up in Duluth and love the city, so I figured why not go to a college here? Lucky for me Duluth has The College of St. Scholastica. I enjoy the small campus size and the many great friends I have made throughout my three years here. The highlight of my time at CSS has been participating in the Ireland study abroad program. Im looking forward to my senior year and all the opportunities it may present.

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Water Balloons and Why do people still trust me?

Last semester I studied abroad in Ireland.  We had a lot of extra time on our hands while there so a lot of pranks were pulled.  One day my friends Calla and Katie came to me and told me about a prank they wanted to play on the guys.  They wanted to climb on top of the guys’ cottage roof and then somehow get Taylor and Kyle to walk out of their cottage so that they could throw water balloons at them.  They wanted me to distract the guys inside while they got a ladder to climb to the roof.  Then, when I got a signal, I had to get the guys to come outside by saying that Teresa, the woman who owns the cottages, needed help with something.  Now, Calla and Katie thought they were being smart by going on the roof and removing the ladder, thinking that if they were on the ground the guys could get them for payback.  They didn’t think about not having a way off the roof and that Taylor and Kyle would just go back inside, grab bowls of water and throw them up at them.  In the end Calla and Katie ended up drenched with the boys basically unharmed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I was remembering this story earlier this week because we had a little water balloon prank round two.   I was hanging out at Katie’s house and we knew that Taylor was also coming over.  Katie and I decided to buy water balloons, hide around the side of her house and throw them at him when he walked up to the porch.  Like most of Katie and my plans, it didn’t go quite as smoothly as we hoped.  Before Taylor arrived a few of us were sitting in Katie’s living room talking when all of a sudden, Taylor just walked in.  We decided we needed a new plan so Katie told me to ask Taylor to help me get something out of my car.  I didn’t even drive to Katie’s house, but somehow I got Taylor outside long enough so that Katie and a few of our other friends could sneak around the back of the house and launch a few water balloons at him.  Taylor warned us that there would be payback, but Katie and I bought a pack of 400 water balloons, so I am sure we will be ready.

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