By: Katy Hoeper – Staff Writer
FN: How did you ladies meet?
Maggie Ising: Katherine introduced me to everyone.
Ashley Fecher: Annie offered me a job when she was drunk.
Annie Grizzell: Ashley is now my supervisor…
Katie Christoff: Annie, Kath and I have been in Phi Beta Chi, the communication fraternity, together since freshman year.
AG: I met Maggie the day we moved in.
Katherine Braunscheidel: Ashley and I really bonded when we went for a “run” together, but really walked the whole way and sprinted down the end of the street to impress our friends.
FN: Care to share your most embarrassing moment at UD?
AG: Maggie kicked someone at Tim’s last night.
AF: I think the most embarrassing thing for me is that the bouncers at Milano’s and Tim’s don’t check my ID anymore.
MI: I think Daytona was definitely some of my most embarrassing moments.
KB: I screamed down Brown Street one night “I HATE BOYFRIENDS!”
KC: All I have to say is, “What rhymes with hug me?”
AG: Freshman year I was wearing a sailor costume for Halloween, and I fell down a hill.
FN: If you knew you could stay at a certain age forever, what would it be, and why?
KB: I feel like 28 or 30 is a good age. Like in “13 Going on 30.” Thirty, flirty and thriving…
AG: But you’d be old and wrinkly.
AF: Yeah, you’ll have saggy boobs…
AG: I’d want to be five, because I was still cute and had no responsibilities.
AF: I had the most fun in my life when I was 17.
KC: Ashley peaked in high school.
MI: I’d say 16 too! High school was awesome.
AG: I hate you guys.
FN: Give everyone in your house a superlative.
AG: Kath would give herself Best Hair.
KB: Maggie is Most Likely to Order Papa Johns.
MI: On my dad’s AmEx.
AG: Actually, we’re not most likely to do anything. We’re all wildcards.
FN: If you guys were to be visiting for your 10-year reunion, what would everyone be up to?
MI: Katherine’s going to be super successful, and if she has children she’s going to be a stay-at-home mom and still be awesome at her job and do it all.
AF: Annie will be in Spain.
AG: Hopefully, I’ll be married to Paco.
MI: Katie will be like Carrie from “Sex and the City,” writing her articles with Miranda and Charlotte and Samantha as her friends.
AF: No, Katie will be living in Katherine’s basement.
KC: Maggie will be a brand ambassador for Papa Johns.
AG: Ashley will still be babysitting “her lady.”
KC: Ashley will be one of Leo’s (our landlord) people.
FN: Do you have any house traditions?
KC and AF: (Singing) Mimosa Saturday! Mimosa Saturday!
AF: Kim K’s Hollywood game.
AG: We’re addicted. I’ve played that at Milano’s before.
AF: I’ve been broken up with like six times on that game.
KB: Please make sure to note that I don’t play that game.
FN: If your house came with a warning label, what would it be?
KB: Our house is made entirely of wood…
KC: It’s The Log Cabin.
AF: Beware: stray cats.
MI: Beware: stray people.
FN: What advice do you guys want to give the underclassmen?
AF: If you tell your dreams before breakfast, they come true.
KB: Do special interest housing.
AG: Unless you’d like to live next to Grandpa Mick.
KB: And the hospital.
AG: Build as many houses as you can (at Tim’s).
AF: Enjoy your time here! It goes by too quickly.
AG: Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.
KC: Write for Flyer News. Or, at least read Flyer News.
FN: Describe the perfect New Year’s Eve.
AG: There’s no such thing.
AF: Singing karaoke with Troy Bolton. Like in “High School Musical.”
KC: Like I said, Ashley peaked in high school.
MI: Making out with Ashton Kutcher at midnight.
KB: Going to New York City! I’ve never been before.
KC: My family goes to New York City every year for New Year’s. That’s the best place to be.
FN: What’s your favorite spot at UD?
AF: I don’t know because we live on Frank Street.
KC: Irving Commons pool!
MI: The laundry room at VWK.
AG: The Galley.
KB: I like Starbucks on Brown Street.
KC: Yeah, Kath and I are there every day.
ALL: And of course, Tim’s.