IStillPlayVideoGames wrote:silveri, you're so scene! Let's be besties!
hah. you know it.
elderberries wrote:I used Chapelier bags all through college and grad school, usually carrying them around filled with large, heavy books and my laptop. The square-bottomed construction does a pretty good job of keeping your books from getting destructively jumbled and the small interior pocket is great for pens and cellphones.
No shoulder-bag is going to be perfect, though--there's only so much weight a single shoulder can handle comfortably. But, since I find backpacks annoying (especially in the winter over a heavy coat and on other people in crowded situations), I'm planning to bring my Chapeliers to law school. And make extensive use of my locker.
lishi wrote:Unfortunately, not all of us have Macbook Airs that can fit in that cute little purse.
::secretly hating Emmy out of jealousy::
kiskadee321 wrote:ks2pa wrote:If you do get a rolly backpack, please get a seat on the edge of a row. If you do end up sitting in the middle of a row, please be on time to class. I can't count the number of times my head has been hit by rolly backpack users trying to get to their seats in the middle of the row.
Law school sounds dangerous.
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