Published on November 24th, 2015 | by Flipside0
Following Big Cheese, Friend Claims To Wear Scarf Because of Cold, Not Hickey.
Isabelle Waterman, 21, has this week claimed that her new 24-hour scarf wearing habit is a result of the bitter November chill, and not —as suggested by literally everyone—from a hickey she sustained after a classic Saturday Big Cheese sesh.
The vicious Edinburgh winds and horizontal sleet gave credibility to her story— until she refused to take the scarf off in the library (a renowned hotbed for students desperate not to break first and turn their heating on).
Suspicion mounted further when the scarf remained present during lectures, coffee shop meet-ups and, remarkably, the gym; though the real clincher was the swimming pool, in which the scarf got caught up in the floats and gave the lifeguards a bit of a fright.
Flipside advises readers that whilst desperately clinging to another person is a natural response when faced with the onslaught of colder months, hickeys are not cool. They weren’t cool when you were sixteen, and they aren’t cool now.
For god’s sakes, what your mothers say?