Pros and cons of dating a fraternity guy

You see, Bros, the College Candy girls asked me that very question because they wrote themselves an article (I know I know, women writing articles when they should be making a bed, folding my unmentionables, or drawing me a bath, right? Actually, I'll skip the redundant c*nt use — I already planted that mental seed — but I will hold up on my promise of making this all cons. And sure, you can't expect girls to love every one of their sisters.

) about things you can expect when dating a guy in a fraternity. Not to say that there aren't a few pros here and there, but why should I waste my precious breath noting those? Hell, guys don't like everyone in their own fraternity either.

Jealousy is also less likely to come into play when dating fellow Greeks since they know it’s normal to socialize and party with so many members of the opposite sex at least two times a week.

“I know girls who dated guys outside of the Greek system, and they freak out because they think their girlfriends are going to be exposed to a lot of drinking and a lot of guys,” said Rachel Cornwall, a senior at UC Berkeley.

So being the lucky son of a f*ck that you are, you get to hear about all the drama, and you also have to pretend to hate Becky because, unlike your girlfriend, she had the audacity to do something positive for herself and got an amazing tit job.

By saying “Big Sister,” I am referring to every member of her sorority, not just the one she got stuck with during pledging.

Urban Dictionary defines "frat star" as "The cream of the crop of college life.

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