25 Joey Tribbiani Quotes College Students Can Burst Out During The Holidays

25 Joey Tribbiani Quotes College Students Can Burst Out During The Holidays

"Bert! Bert! Bert! Bert!"

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Joseph Francis Tribbiani, Jr. is the beloved and probably favorite character from "Friends."

His one-liners, paragraphs, and facial expressions are hilarious and I developed abs just by laughing. The holidays are around the corner, and Joey's quotes will be bursting out of my mouth per usual during the festive's parties. The one-liners are hilarious and straight to the point, and you should say at least one of them to grasp the attention of your friends and family.

1. "I'm so confused!"

When you're told you can't eat something.

2. "How you doin?"

You know why this one-liner is perfect to say 😏

3. "Could I be wearing anymore clothes?"

When you have to wear layers because of the frigid weather

4. "Joey doesn't share food!"

Don't even ask!!!

5. "I'm curvy... and I like it!"

I'm winter body ready!

6. "Why God, why?!"

When there is no alcohol at the party...

7. "What are we having?"

Anything food related.

8. "Food... Sex... Food... Sex... I WANT BOTH!"

Can you pick one?

9. "Hey listen, is it obvious that I'm wearing six sweaters?"

It's not cold or anything.

10. "I'm thankful for this beautiful fall weather we've been having..."

The only reason why to be thankful.

11. *finally understands what's going on*

Oh.

12. *storms in Monica's apartment* "Merry Christmas!!!"

Burst this out any chance you can get!

13. "Take off your bra!"

When in doubt...

14. "Great story, but I gotta go."

Don't care too much about your Black Friday story...

15. "Moo..."

"It's just moo."

16. "Paper... Snow... A GHOST!"

Just shout it out!

17. "That's right I stepped up... Sure, I'd peed on her..."

Be a good friend.

18. "You can't just give up! Is that what a dinosaur would do?"

Never give up.

19. "Over the line..."

When someone eats your food...

20. "Here come the meat sweats!"

TOO MUCH TURKEY

21. "You've been bamboozled!"

Might be a drinking game.

22. "There are just feelings, they will go away!"

Winter is cuddle szn that's it.

23. "I'm sorry"

"I'm sorry" for eating all of the food.

24. "I have two words for you: threesome."

Can't pick one, choose both.

25. "Dude, I'm just trying to speak your language."

"You've changed."

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Why High School Musicals Should Be As Respected As Sports Programs Are

The arts are important, too.
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When I was in middle school and high school, I felt like I lived for the musicals that my school orchestrated.

For those of you who don't know, a musical is an onstage performance wherein actors take on roles that involve singing, and often dancing, to progress the plot of the story. While it may sound a little bit nerdy to get up in front of an audience to perform in this manner, this is something you cannot knock until you try it.

For some reason, though, many public schools have de-funded arts programs that would allow these musicals to occur, while increasing the funding for sports teams. There are a few things that are being forgotten when sports are valued more than musical programs in high schools.

Much like athletic hobbies, an actor must try-out, or audition, to participate in a musical. Those best suited for each role will be cast, and those who would not fit well are not given a part. While this may sound similar to trying out for say, basketball, it is an apples to oranges comparison.

At a basketball try-out, those who have the most experience doing a lay-up or shooting a foul shot will be more likely to succeed, no questions asked. However, for an audition, it is common to have to learn a piece of choreography upon walking in, and a potential cast member will be required to sing a selected piece with only a few days of preparation.

There are many more variables involved with an audition that makes it that much more nerve-racking.

The cast of a school musical will often rehearse for several months to perfect their roles, with only several nights of performance at the end. Many sports practice for three or four days between each of their respective competitions. While this may seem to make sports more grueling, this is not always the case.

Musicals have very little pay-off for a large amount of effort, while athletic activities have more frequent displays of their efforts.

Athletes are not encouraged to but are allowed to make mistakes. This is simply not allowed for someone in a musical, because certain lines or entrances may be integral to the plot.

Sometimes, because of all the quick changes and the sweat from big dance numbers, the stage makeup just starts to smear. Despite this, an actor must smile through it all. This is the part of musicals that no sport has: introspection.

An actor must think about how he or she would respond in a given situation, be it saddening, maddening, frightening, or delightful. There is no sport that requires the knowledge of human emotion, and there is especially no sport that requires an athlete to mimic such emotion. This type of emotional exercise helps with communications and relationships.

Sports are great, don't get me wrong. I loved playing volleyball, basketball, track, and swimming, but there were no experiences quite like those from a musical. Sports challenge the body with slight amounts of tactic, while musicals require much physical and mental endurance.

The next time you hear someone say that it's “just a musical," just remember that musicals deserve as much respect as sports, since they are just as, if not more demanding.

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For Camille, With Love

To my godmother, my second mom, my rooted confidence, my support

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First grade, March. It was my first birthday without my mom. You through a huge party for me, a sleepover with friends from school. It included dress up games and making pizza and Disney trivia. You, along with help from my grandma, threw me the best birthday party a 7-year-old could possibly want.

During elementary school, I carpooled with you and a few of the neighborhood kids. I was always the last one to be dropped off, sometimes you would sneak a donut for me. Living next door to you was a blessing. You helped me with everything. In second grade, you helped me rehearse lines for history day so I could get extra credit. In 4th grade, you helped me build my California mission.

You and your sister came out to my 6th grade "graduation". You bought me balloons and made me feel as if moving onto middle school was the coolest thing in the entire world.

While you moved away from next door, you were a constant in my life. Going to Ruby's Diner for my birthday, seeing movies at the Irvine Spectrum and just hanging out, I saw you all the time. During these times, you told me about all of the silly things you did with my mom and dad, how my mom was your best friend. I couldn't have had a greater godmother.

In middle school, you pushed me to do my best and to enroll in honors. You helped me through puberty and the awkward stages of being a woman.

Every single time I saw you, it would light up my entire day, my week. You were more than my godmother, you were my second mom. You understood things that my grandma didn't.

When you married John, you included me in your wedding. I still have that picture of you, Jessica, Aaron and myself on my wall at college. I was so happy for you.

Freshmen year of high school, you told me to do my best. I did my best because of you. When my grandma passed away that year, your shoulder was the one I wanted to cry on.

You were there when I needed to escape home. You understood me when I thought no one would. You helped me learn to drive, letting me drive all the way from San Clemente to Orange.

When I was applying to colleges, you encouraged me to spread my wings and fly. You told me I should explore, get out of California. I wanted to study in London, you told me to do it. That's why, when I study abroad this Spring in London, I will do it for you.

When I had gotten into UWT, you told me to go there. I did and here I am, succeeding and living my best in Tacoma. I do it for you, because of you.

When I graduated high school and I was able to deliver a speech during our baccalaureate, you cheered me on. You recorded it for me, so I could show people who weren't able to make it to the ceremony. You were one of the few people able to come to my actual graduation. You helped me celebrate the accomplishments and awards from my hard work.

When your cancer came back, I was so worried. I was afraid for you, I was afraid of what I would do without the support you had always given me. When I was in Rome, I went to the Vatican and had gotten a Cross with a purple gem in the middle blessed by the Pope to help you with your treatments. It was something from me and a little bit of my mom in the necklace, the gem.

Now, sitting so far from you away at college just like you wanted me to. I miss you. I wish I was there to say goodbye.

I'll travel the world for you, write lots of stories and books for you, I will live life to the fullest for you.

You are another angel taken too early in life. Please say hello to my parents and grandma in Heaven for me.

Lots of love,

Haiden

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