What exactly is a ‘bathroom party’?

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What exactly is a ‘bathroom party’?

A bathroom party in action after the Spring Pep Rally on March 20.

A bathroom party in action after the Spring Pep Rally on March 20.

A bathroom party in action after the Spring Pep Rally on March 20.

A bathroom party in action after the Spring Pep Rally on March 20.

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Typically, a bathroom is a quiet, private place, but for a bunch of overly-excited guys, it’s the perfect place for a party. You may have heard of the infamous ‘bathroom parties’ that take place all around Southeast. Although they are not meant to be a secret, the reasoning behind this celebration is not common knowledge around the school, especially for the girls.

Bathroom parties aren’t a new thing for boys of Lincoln Southeast, as they have been in existence for quite a few years, although the exact year of creation is unknown.

Bathroom parties aren’t for just any occasion. The most common bathroom parties take place after a pep rally or after a big win in an indoor sport like basketball or volleyball.

To spread the word of the upcoming parties, the guys normally just let each other know by yelling it through the student section or texting in various group chats. The word takes off and suddenly a mob of boys are jumping up and down in a bathroom.

During a bathroom party, the boys cram as many people as they can into one of the LSE bathrooms, start jumping, and yell at the top of their lungs. Although they don’t last too long, a bathroom party is something that is looked forward to with much anticipation.

Out of the many odd or different things that go on around Southeast, bathroom parties may be one of the most bizarre, but also one of the most enjoyable, for boys around the school.