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Spring break should entail a week of no regrets, trips only remembered through the classiest of Facebook albums (if only), and a hopefully forever-lasting tan. So with spring break in full swing, we wanted to offer a guideline, although we hope you’ve already made a dent into this bucket list.
We are so often reminded about “the Michigan difference” but to us, it seems a little forced. As one of our Twitter followers stated (sorry for stalking but if you are reading this, your tweets are amazing) it is as if Michigan “doesn’t want you to succeed.” So this post is for you. And for all of us really.
Yes, our past two posts were mainly for those of us who are single. And this post is not solely for us girlfriends, but it is for those of us who are getting laid. In order to be in top shape for our festivities tomorrow, we have compiled a to-do list.
Yes, we know that we have been ignoring those with boyfriends. We apologize, kinda. But Valentine’s Day, in a way, is more significant to those us without boyfriends than to those of us with them, as girls with boyfriends obviously already have someone to spend this awful day with. But don’t fret, our next post will finally apply to you more than those who are single. But for now, in spite of Valentine’s Day, we offer of top five things to do on this demeaning holiday.
It’s February (even if it does feel like just yesterday we were having our first post-Bid Day pregame). And it is scientifically proven that girls’ hormones increase substantially during this month. Okay, we don’t know of any specific studies but we are sure that they are out there somewhere…regardless, we become far more boy crazy than usual. For those of us that are in relationships, we get all lovey dovey and crave far more cuddle time and texts per day. For all us single ladies (no, you don’t need to put your hands up) getting laid makes us feel hot despite our inability to snag a boy toy. Sorry to those of us girlfriends, those of us on the prowl need more help and thus this post is not for you.
No, we aren’t talking about “Shit Frat Boys Say” but instead something that lasts way more than fifteen minutes (a little sexual humor - it’s February, boys are on the mind). But this is really no laughing matter. Everyone is getting sick. It doesn’t matter if we live in Alpha Phi or in Oxford, illness is spreading like wildfire. Mono has swept through all us Tier 1 pledge classes, flu season is already claiming its first victims, and colds have been sprinkled across us unfortunate girls.
It’s that time of year again. Bids have been given and a new litter of frat boys have been brought into the world. As they make the change from being GDIs to the life of a frat star, the freshman are for the first time not the biggest shit shows. Shout out to Phi Psi for having a (seemingly) abnormally good winter pledge class and a wag of our finger to Theta Chi - although there are some keepers there are definitely some that we feel are below your standards (given, we hold you boys to the highest of standards). Regardless, here is our pro and con list to these new frat babies.
With Winter Semester starting to kick into gear, finding ways to avoid work becomes a daunting task. Okay, that’s a lie. Procrastinating is second nature, like breathing. But at least if we are going to procrastinate, we are going to do it right.
Winter may have come late this year, but now it’s here full throttle. We type this tonight while waiting for the Commuter South to pick us up from Markley, but the 10oF night air is making it difficult for our iPhone to register the heat of our fingers. For those of you from California and Florida, we would like to welcome you to Michigan and thank you for choosing We are the We as your blog of choice.