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17 Definite Signs Only Girls Who Went To St. Mary’s School Will Understand

Nostalgia all over again.

School days were the finest, don’t you agree? You hated it while you were in school, but now secretly desire to relive those moments yet again. And, studying at St. Mary’s was one of the prized memory for all those students.

1. Regardless of your faith, you still pray like this

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2. Visit to the school church was an outright must before any exam

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3. You are hypersensitive to incorrect pronunciations and grammar

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4. Exploring the buildings where sisters used to live was super thrilling

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5. You still have recollection and hum some of your school hymns and Christmas carols

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6. You absolutely consider Cursive is the only form of handwriting

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7. One Act Plays And Prayers Services Were Enough Reason To Bunk Classes

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8. The de facto small ground for juniors and big ground for seniors

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9. Asking ‘Paley dai’ to cross the narrow street between the gates of small and big grounds and him shouting ‘Nani Haru Bistarai’

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10. Principal of your school wore skirts & gowns

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and you tried to peep under Sister’s head-scarf to check out her hairstyle

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11. The wall between Mary’s and Xavier’s was no less than the Great Wall of China

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12. You often got confused when people asked you about your sister/mother

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13. Moral science held much higher place than actual science

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14. At some point in your school life you fancied the idea of dressing like a nun

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15. Nepali festival holidays + Catholic festival holidays = Awesome school life

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16. You hear the word ‘Chyaaaaa-ahh’ all around the school premises

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17. And not to forget about gossiping around the ‘Forbidden Pond’

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Regardless of the hard times, the fact remains that those were the best days of our lives! Share this article with your Marian classmates and re-live the nostalgia.