Dr. Jekyll: Is there any day so wonderful as the first Monday after spring semester has finished?
Prof. Hyde: Given the usual difficultly of your rhetorical questions, the answer is clearly "no".
Jekyll: What a joy it is to walk past fraternity row. The only sound
is that of the cleaning vans running the steam machines.
Prof. Hyde: I'll miss the frats' debauchery and sense of entitlement.
Jekyll: The road construction crews started early this morning, but
most in our town celebrate their appearance as it coincides with the
disappearance from front lawns of beer bottles and public urination.
Prof. Hyde: Hey, when a man has to go, he has to go.
Jekyll: The smell of the cleaning chemicals the maintenance staff uses
to give our building its annual sprucing make me light-headed at the
thought of no more students for three months.
Prof. Hyde: I find the chemicals useful in other ways.
Dr. Jekyll: And my office! Oh, my office! It is so quiet in my building I can hear deanlets thinking three floors away!
Prof. Hyde: You wouldn't be as happy if you knew what they were thinking about.
Dr. Jekyll: It's the most wonderful time of the year!! Happy Summer everyone!!