Each year, the weekend before Thanksgiving is the annual Lehigh Lafayette game. This rivalry is the most played and longest running (uninterrupted) rivalry in the United States. When I was a student at Lehigh many moons ago, it was mostly about tailgating and drinking. In my adult and more responsible years (cough, bullshit, cough) our motives have changed slightly. My dear friends Mike and Maureen host a party each year on the day of Lehigh Lafayette. They open their home, bedrooms, bathrooms, backyard, basement to all of their friends from school and it’s essentially an all day party. It normally begins at 11 AM (or whenever people arrive) and typically goes until midnight (or whenever the last person passes out). This year was the most tame LL that I have ever attended. I guess we’re all getting a bit older and we just can’t abuse our bodies they way we used to.
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