No Return of the Jedi

So while it doesn't appear that the LawBitches are coming back anytime soon, they have decided that a "Best of There's No Competition in Law School" is in order -- if only to dispel some of the rumors.

For those law students out there who don't have senses of humor, don't read this blog. For those that don't have senses of humor and go to school with the crew from TNCILS, please take note:
  • The LawBitches were not ranking female law students on their blawg.
  • The LawBitches were not forced to shut down by the administration; they voluntarily chose to shut down (don't be mad at them, some of their fellow students don't have senses of humor, it's a small legal community, the rumor mill is rampant and they all want to be employed upon graduation).
  • The LawBitches are uncivil at times; deal with it.
  • The LawBitches are rarely serious.
  • The LawBitches do not really cut themselves.
  • The LawBitches, while perhaps borderline drunks, are no more alcoholics then most law students.
  • The LawBitches do actually study at times. At least first year they did. Second year they crammed right before finals, and third year they are simply getting by based on all of their good looks. (Except for the Swinging Kennedy who is getting by based on his skills behind the 7/11).
  • The LawBitches employ a rude tone to be funny, but also to shield their true identities. The truth is they are all as sweet as sugar, and next to them Little Bo Peep looks like a raging bitch.

3 comments:

Butterflyfish said...

Well, you needed a "best of" because you just got like top 100 bloggers or some award. So people would have come here and been disappointed.

There would have probably been tooth gnashing and garment rending.

So, glad to see this.

Best wishes, LawBitches.

nicolle said...

glad to see you're at least posting some of the best of.

and...of course i voted for you guys. hopefully you'll win, and it'll be a nice slap in the face to whichever idiots are trying to cause you trouble.

Dizzy said...

For what it's worth, I was a blawg horror story - my class even fund raised on the platform "She trashed our reputation - we have to save our school!" (What, I said some guys wore ugly socks, we all got drunk a lot, and the dean of students was kind a dick - this is unbelievably salacious? No one would have noticed if I hadn't put it up?) Anyway, I graduated and waited for it to matter.... Still waiting. So far, if anything, I'm better off.

The people who get the blog would like me in person. The people who wouldn't, dont. It's really a non-factor, except for the notoriety. And you'd be surprised how many people have never heard of the whole blawg world. Also, it's not like I was having any fun with the jerks pre-notoriety.

PS - I have one of the most prestigious, if poorly paid, jobs of my graduating class. A job which I pretty much landed with skills honed by blogging. Go figure.