Senior Perspectives: Best Co-ed Friends
March 3, 2020
How did you first meet? What were your first impressions of each other?
Emily: Sixth grade, we had a bunch of classes together.
Matt: I saw that she was really cool and athletic, so I knew we’d have a lot in common.
Emily: You were just funny; we had a lot in common, so like similar interests, and we just kind of meshed really well.
How do you two spend time together?
Emily: We do everything together. We go out to eat all the time…We go to a lot of concerts in the summer. We literally do everything together.
What are the best traits of the other person?
Emily: He’s so funny, and he’s so nice and understanding.
Matt: We just understand each other.
What’s something embarrassing about the other person?
Matt: Her height.
Emily: I could say it, but it’s probably not school-appropriate, so we’ll skip on that one.
What does your friendship mean to you?
Matt: A lot.
Emily: It’s everything.
Matt: It’s pretty cool [to be voted Best Co-ed Friends] because everyone knows us and everyone knows that we’re best friends.
Emily: It’s kind of like validation that it’s a real relationship, and other people see it too, and it’s not just us.