Even Ten Years Later, Some Things Remain The Same

“First there’s Kappa, then you get married,  then there’s Junior League, and then you die.”
-A Southern Belle Primer, Or Why Princess Margaret Will Never Be A Kappa Kappa Gamma

 

 

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Bid Day!

I was never asked, “Were you in a sorority?” I was asked, “What sorority were you in?” Not too shocking, given my love of delegating tasks to less senior people, making all decisions with the help of a committee (and then changing my mind forty two times), and a love of matching tee shirts.  Although it has been a few years (like, ten) (shut up I cannot believe it either) since I was in college, the game appears to be the same… 

A Google search provided this as the Most Important piece of advice for Rush Week (heaven for some, hell for others)

Look good on Day 1. Day 1 is when a ton of the cuts are made based on looks, just because we don’t have enough time to really get to know everyone. This is the day when you should take the extra time to perhaps wear those false eyelashes (if you know how to put them on). I also appreciate a PNM (potential new member) who leaves the flip flops behind and wears some hot wedges or a cute dress. If you wear jeans and a t-shirt you will most likely get asked back to those jeans and t-shirt kinds of houses. If that’s what you want then more poweropened eyes college ecard someecards 300x167 Even Ten Years Later, Some Things Remain The Same to you.

Now, to be fair, I did make some lifelong friends while I was a sorority girl, and, interestingly enough, most of my besties today are my ‘sisters’ even though we attended different schools. However, I am assuming you don’t read this blog for rainbows, unicorns, and happy endings… And so, with that in mind, I give you:

Shit Sorority Girls Say

It wouldn’t be so damn funny if it wasn’t true!!!

Sorority girls: Anything missing? I remember saying “LIKE” like all the time… and breaking into snaps (we were above clapping) randomly.