2) A college that can afford to sacrifice its Catholic character, due to the large number of young Catholics who are nevertheless anxious to spend four years and $200K on the experience of living in the empty space between Gary and Toledo.
3) The place where Rev. John Jenkins walks with a cell-phone on his ear so he can pretend to be in the middle of a conversation. This enables him to cross any quad (even South) without having to talk to actual people.
4) A Catholic-college-based theme park in the Upper Midwest, featuring 'Touchdown Jesus,' 'Fair Catch Corby,' 'Play-Action Pass Pope Cletus,' and 'Illegal Formation Ss. Boris and Gleb.' No one knows why.
5) Two lakes an hour's drive east of Gary.
6) A reflecting pond in front of a library with practically no windows and totally depressing study carrels sporting graffiti such as "Re-Elect President Hoover" and "Bring this Rail-Road Contraption to South Bend!"
7) A mythical location, found on no known map, where Zahmbies urinate on other people's dorms, and the upper-administration don WWI-era German infantry helmets and stand in St. Mary's Lake on alternate Tuesdays in order to improve the USNWR standing.
Great, Akhbar! I can't wait to see 'Illegal Formation Ss. Boris and Gleb.'
Tom: hey what is that redneck ass hole doin peeing by my dorm?
John: oh don't worry, he's a Michigan fan..he's most likely illiterate and drunk already.
Tom: but it's 5 AM
John: Like I said..michigan fan
Wow and you go to community college or something I'm guessing?...First of all, Notre Dame is an amazing school and we're the highest ranked Catholic school in the country. (Take that Gtown). Secondly, I know plenty of people currently attending ND who turned down schools like Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and Princeton.
Badmouth Notre Dame all you want but at the end of the day, you're just jealous because you didn't get in. Oh and if we're rich, attractive, intelligent, and damn proud of all of the above, we've got every right to be.
ND alum: Could you fill it up with super? I have to get over to the club