|Note: I've erased the last name of all the students. I also am not giving the name of the high school.|
"Bong it" - really? I know they were a lot more open to this kind of thing back in the day, but this is wonderfully lax, even for the seventies. My school had a smoking area for chrissakes. But even accounting for the epidemic tolerance of the day, I still have to believe this little gem slipped under the faculty radar.
I'm familiar with Acapulco Gold, a fairly well known strain of marijuana. Lumbo Gold - not so much. I'm thinking it's a Lebanese variety. Anyone out there got info on William's favorite variety of weed?
Of course, the Captain Fantastic pinball machine was fairly popular back in the day. Perhaps, he was the local pinball hero. In which case he is forgiven. [Note: I am not even entertaining the thought that he's getting the name from the British TV Series "Do Not Adjust Your Set" from which the name originally was created.]
I have a feeling that Kathy and Stella were not best friends. Just a hunch.
Boy, these sure are cryptic. The Snark is from a Lewis Carroll poem; but I can't imagine what ol' Richard means by the reference.
"Just the place for a Snark!" the Bellman cried,
As he landed his crew with care;
Supporting each man on the top of the tide
By a finger entwined in his hair."
I guess by "stung" he could mean something along the lines of "dumped" or "screwed over"; while "pecked" may mean something like "henpecked". Or he could be making a play on words with "pecker".
Let's face it, Alan is an enigma.
I'm thinking Karen liked Mark a whole lot better than that douche, Brian.
Kimball can proclaim his sexual prowess all he likes, but, in the end, Ingrid, the hot foreign exchange student, will rock Alan's world while Kimball is left holding his drum stick.