"One YouTube commenter who claims to be a student at Rosemount says that it's a "tradition that only happens every six years or something," which makes it sound like an ancient pagan Norse ritual brought to America by sick incestuous vikings. Like hotdish, or passive-aggressiveness."*
"Apparently St. Agnes (my alma mater) wasn't the only Minnesota high school to think this was a good idea, and it took the Internet 20 years to find out about it. Is this one of those regional practices—like stopping in all four directions at an intersection with a two-way stop sign—that we take for granted, but that other states rightly find bizarre and potentially dangerous? How many Minnesota men were tricked as youths into publicly making out with their moms?"*
At least, we assume nobody was making out as intensely as the video seems to show.
Parents have taken the opportunity at many other RHS pep fests to make their kids a little uncomfortable
none of the kids or parents involved complained.
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