Accurate Flight Descriptions
Shadow – highschoolers who were always the class clown and still don’t take life seriously. Still don’t get what AP stands for by senior year.
Arcane – highschoolers who always daydreamed in class, just woke up 5 years older wearing the same clothes they wore in highschool and involved in the same highschool drama
Wind – college art students smiling all the time when in reality they have no money for art school
Plague – highschool trolls who do everything for the lulz. Intimately connected to the hashtag #tfwngf
Lightning – college computer science majors who never come to class, except for tests. Always in a panic. Always late. In their pajamas. And drinking a doubleshot energy drink.
Ice – unemployed college grads whose only wealth are netflix subscriptions, cats, and an overbearing babyboomer parent
Nature – college drop-out park volunteers who hate people but love animals. Claim animals are “good and pure” despite holding a screaming animal.
Light – college theater majors who take everything seriously and never actually stop acting. Gets super into villain roles but gets mad when people hate them.
Water – junior college students everyone assumes are still in highschool. Doesn’t remember graduating high school. Still undecided major.
Fire – that group in highschool who always sat in the corner making innuendos at everything that came out the teacher’s mouth. “That’s what she said.” Vehement about no kink-shaming.
Earth – college teacher’s assistant genXers who don’t know how to teach or assist professors instructing millenials. Still use their textbooks from the 80s.