Non-Camp people have never been properly trained on how to "lump" and don't really understand how all the luggage can possibly make it in one trip. Packing all the luggage is v stressful for them.
You have mastered the art of fitting every piece of luggage into a confined space. You are the go-to car packer for road-trips and you are always the first to get your stuff in the overhead bins.
etiquette at meals
People that don't work at camp are accustomed to leisurely hour long lunches that involve basic etiquette.
You are able to eat 2 adult size meals in 7 minutes, while also having a heartfelt chat with your bestie.
People that haven't worked at Camp don't understand how people can hug and cuddle after just hours of meeting each other.
You know that the key to any friendship is being able to nap together after a hard day at Camp. There is no such thing as "personal boundaries" to you and your Camp baes.
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pool time in the summer
Unfortunate souls that don't work at Camp spend their pool time sipping fruity drinks and working on their tans. They love this for a week or so, then it gets boring.
It might not be glamorous, but you get the chance to tan, hang out with campers, and guard some lives. Sometimes you even get to clean up vom.
choosing an outfit for work
People that work in office buildings have to wake up early to spend their mornings putting together super profesh outfits. They have to choose a tie, suit, shoes, and even do their hair. They need at least 30 minutes to get ready.
You have the ability to sleep in the clothes you're going to wear to work the next day. If you don't then you only have to spend .2 seconds choosing a shirt. Are you going with the forest green or the sky blue shirt today? Oh wait! It's Monday, you already have a shirt picked out!
Tan lines when you don't work at Camp all summer are virtually non-existent. Their tans are going to stay golden brown until winter.
Your tan lines are 100% visible and will be well into winter. They look completely tacky but you wear them with pride. Sometimes a sweet tan line can be a mark of an awesome summer.
rainy summer days
When people aren't creating magic at Camp, rainy days mean going back to sleep, waking up to eat some snacks, then going back to sleep again. Totes not exciting, and quite boring tbh.
Rainy days for you mean getting super creative and keeping the show going. You have mastered the art of impromptu karaoke sessions, indoor nature, safe archery, and you can put together a bomb sports session in less than 5 minutes.
dancing in public
Non-Camp people rock the step-clap when they are out with the squad. They definitely don't want to do anything embarrassing that draws attention from strangers.
Actual footage of you and the squad hitting the club after a long week of Camp. You know how to have a good time and let your guard down. Non-Camp people can learn a few things from you. #werk
People that don't work at Camp For All love a good prank war between friends and enemies alike. Retaliation is a real joy to them.
You know that Camp is not a place for pranks because it encourages retaliation and non-camaradarie between campers and staff.
People that don't work at Camp always say they are "tired" during the summer and that they "need sleep". A 16 hour work day would ruin them.
You have definitely hit that mid-week delirium after working the weekend and nights, but somehow after work you just can't go to sleep. FOMO is real.
People that don't work at Camp are frequently bored and truly don't know how to combat boredom. Laying by the pool can only keep you entertained for so long.
This is how you talk to yourself 10 seconds after you realize there is a slight chance of boredom and you have a lightning speed brainstorming session in your head.
Non-Camp meetings are filled with struggles. Most people fight to stay awake during their boss' less than motivational 30 minute speech.
Camp meetings usually involve some kind of music, game, or general excitement. Nothing like the dull office meetings your less fortunate friends have to sit through.
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r-word & non-person first language
Some non-camp people struggle to understand the importance of person first language, and eliminating the r-word from their vocabularies.
You take every opportunity to educate people on person first language and elimination of the r-word. Respectfully, of course.
overall work vibes
Most of your non-camp friends have jobs they can't stand and constantly complain about their 9-5. They don't like their boss, their coworkers, or their CEO.
You are #blessed to work at a place you love. You might work 16 hour days, but you love every second. You also don't mind your family. I mean, coworkers, and bosses.