Bro Sunday

Ian Wharff, Dre Bottoms, Rowdy Unger, Carson Shireman, and Jacob Milligan hanging out at Carson's on Bro Sunday.

Kaleb Roth

Ian Wharff, Dre Bottoms, Rowdy Unger, Carson Shireman, and Jacob Milligan hanging out at Carson's on Bro Sunday.

Rowdy Unger and Ian Wharff

Sundays you’ll find nine of Twin Lakes finest students snuggled up at Milli’s house eating cereal and watching movies. “You have to put the cereal in before the milk always,” said Jacob Milligan. We eat anything from Cinnamon Toast Crunch to Life cereal. Bro Sunday is not just about hanging with the bros on Sunday it’s about making bro moments with the bros throughout the week. A bro moment is simply defined as a moment of bromanship whether it be helping a bro out or just vibing to some good tunes. On Bro Sunday we all love listening to music, literally any kind of music. Whenever we’re hanging out we spend most of our time listening to music and conversing about whatever is going on. Another cool thing about our group is that we all have other friends that we bring to our Bro Sunday meetups so we all get to meet more people and make new friends. This group of nine fine young men are just trying to have a good time and make it through their senior year with only good vibes and good times. While it may seem that all is always well we also have rules to keep things in order. One of our biggest rules as stated in the Bro Sunday 10 commandments, rule seven, article 3, is if there’s any bad blood between bros it must be settled with a wrestling match. When asked what his favorite part of bro Sunday is Ian Wharff responded “Every moment with the bros is a good time, but I have to say my favorite is when all the bros are together watching a movie and just vibing.” In conclusion, Bro Sunday is a bunch of high schoolers just trying to have a good time.