Awright, story time!
My parents payed for a ski trip for my birthday, and as a precaution, (a necessary one, knowing me.) they sent my sister as a chaperone. And it was great- A bunch of teens locked in a van for 18 hours, with nothing but pickle-flavored Pringles between them and plenty of soda. I learned so much in that environment:
-I learned that democracy, despite what I've been raised to believe, is not foolproof.
[As taught by the romance movie we were stuck watching because so many preteen girls in the back, who didn't plan on watching the movie in the first place, raised their hands just to ignore it.]
-I learned that truckstop