duckgirlie (duckgirlie) wrote in little_details,
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Treats from home and Campus drinking.

Location: Fictional university, Modern day USA.

Terms searched: New York delicacies, care package, various combinations of alcohol/drinking campus/universities.


Background: Group of freshmen attending a moderately-sized liberal-artsy university.


1) One character, originally from New York City, receives a 'care package' from his mother, which contains, among other things, some kind of edible treats, which he shares with the other character from NY.

What kind of things would be likely? Can be anything, so long as it's mailable. (He's from a very rich family, so it could easily have been FedExed, if it's perishable) But preferably something the other character, who's not from as rich a background, would also remember/miss from 'back home'. Has to be something very 'New York', to explain why he's not offering it to everyone.

(Googleing mainly gets lots of people claiming something they make is a delicacy, and I'm looking for more anecdotal examples)


2) Where would most of the drinking on campus go on? The main characters are all 18, but there are others who are older who'll buy them stuff, so getting a hold of alcohol isn't the problem so much as where to drink.

None of the characters are in fraternities/sororities (though they do go to parties at them, sometimes) so would it be possible to drink in dorms? (Either in rooms or in common areas?) How likely would they be to get in trouble with campus security, provided they weren't being violent/damaging?

And what are they most likely to drink?
Tags: usa: education: higher education, usa: food and drink, usa: new york: new york city, ~booze
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