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December 17, 2005

Jeans Subject of Huge Fight in Dorm

UT junior Marissa Gottschalk, recounting the clash with Brannigan

(Toledo, OH) International House roommates Marissa Gottschalk and Jenny Brannigan got into a “majorly huge fight” over the topic of coolest jeans, according to observers.

The debate centered on the new Abercrombie & Fitch catalogue. Gottschalk argued that the Madison Superlight Flares “totally rule,” prompting Brannigan to extol the virtues of the Jane Destroyed Surplus Denims.

“The Flares are like, so last year,” said Brannigan, who added that Gottschalk was a “total skank who wouldn’t know anything about clothes, since she spends so much of her time taking them off.”

Gottschalk, not one to ignore a challenge, responded in kind.

“Jenny, the whore, is no one to talk,” she said. “Besides, she does nothing but, like, steal everyone else’s stuff, anyways.”

The roommates’ epic battle ended amicable, though, as the two “totally made up and went over to Starbucks and shared a skim latte,” according to witnesses.

That chick is hot, dude...she could share a latte with me any day.
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