On what was supposed to be an ordinary Monday night Intro to Film screening, freshman Tristan Ames reportedly impressed everyone by showing up to class wearing a full three-piece suit. Reports from his classmates indicate that the screening, an early release of Adam Sandler’s Grown Ups 3: The Revenge of the Grown Ups, could hardly be heard over the chattering caused by Mr. Ames’ impressive getup. “I felt so embarrassed about how comparatively underdressed I was that I ran to a trash can and immediately started vomiting,” said Intro to Film student Charlie Hill as he cut out a piece of paper in the shape of a bow tie that he could tape to his neck. “I felt like since this was a normal class, I should be wearing normal clothes. But I’ll have to ask him for tips for when we read the script for Adam Sandlers’ Grown Ups 4: A New Grown Up.”
“Did he come from a late night banquet, or maybe a meeting with the president?” inquired Intro to Film student Dulé Young as he cried, desperately racking his brain for reasons Tristan might have so casually busted out a $300 suit. “Maybe that’s just his casual suit and his real suits are even better. Ugh, my brain hurts the closer I get to picturing it, and I’m sure my eyes would start to melt a little if I ever saw his REAL suits in person. Maybe he’ll bust that out for the class on the story concept for Adam Sandler’s Grown Ups 5: The Grown Ups Strike Back.”
“Oh, is this hubbub all about li’l ol’ me?” said Mr. Ames in a high pitched voice as he cocked his head to one side, pointed his index finger around the corner of his mouth and swayed side to side a bit. “Gee, and I thought nobody would notice. All I wanted was to loudly walk into class twenty minutes late and sit in my chair at the front of the class. I was actually holding out on wearing my nice clothes until we discussed the recent greenlighting of the Netflix originals: Adam Sandler’s Grown Ups 6: The Return of the Grown Ups and Grown Ups 7: The Grown Ups Awaken."