We used to refer to witnesses who were not at bethel as "worldly witnesses"
Back when there was a charge for the literature we would get to submit a list each year of who we wanted to receive an early yearbook - it was expected/hoped that the individuals on our list would send us some money.
Does anyone remember the laundry bags?
How about the stickers with your key and room numbers put on every single article of clothing? Even your underwear.
Remember being totally excited about the special pre-gilead graduaton meal?
You had to pay for your telephone calls. That was ok, but if you had a girlfriend who was a long distance phone call you could really rack up the bills.
Remember making your lunch on Sunday morning so you would have something later (perhaps during service). I remember them leaving out lunch meat, sliced cheese, etc for making sandwiches.
Dish duty, night watchment (with those stupid key clocks).
But, most of all, I remember the camaraderie that most of us felt. We were in it together. Most of the young guys took care of each other and helped each other out. We'd cover most things (not gross sin as defined by WT) for each other.