Is this thing on?
Speaking of ten year reunions: what's the point? I believe that if you are one of those 'high school was the best years of my life' people, there is something seriously wrong with you. I'll spare you the list of reasons why high school should not be the best years of your life. I think facebook has pretty much obliterated the need for reunions. You can reconnect with all the losers you used to hang out with online! You can even see how fat they've gotten over the years (thanks, facebook tagging feature!). You can profile stalk all the cool, attractive people you never got to hang out with in real life! So, unless you want to actually physically hook up with someone who may or may not have seen your backne (bacne?) [I'm referring to back acne, for those who can't keep up] during prom night 10 years ago, facebook has pretty much done the job for any reunionizing. You can list your profession, where you live, post pictures of your inbred cats, post relationship status, and even 'pinterest' your agonizingly boring wicker furniture fetish. So what is there to talk about at a reunion? 'Gee, your facebook photos made you look a lot fatter/skinnier than you are in person'. 'I think your bacne has actually gotten worse since prom. Are you using astringent?'.
I suppose you could try to ferret out some facebook padding. 'Resource management for a non-profit huh? Didn't you ring me up at Wal-Mart last week?' That's why I post my job as 'CEO of nothing' (not really). I'm betting that most of the people who come to the reunion will be the people who post every last (ir)relevant thing about their lives, so you can forget about all those nary a post mysterious facbookers who might have added a quarter-hour of enjoyment to the gala. Needless to say, I am not going to my reunion, and maybe it's because I'm no longer blessed by a youthful metabolism (read: I can't eat whatever I want anymore), and because that chick from my class who got on that one Fox Network reality show totally isn't going to show up either. But mostly it's because high school was the best four years of my life spent just passing through, never to return.