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Did you ever (or do you) belong to a fraternity or sorority ?

Type: General
Yes 13% 5 Votes
No 85% 34 Votes
Other 3% 1 Votes

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40 Votes Total

Sep 15, 2011

Poll Replies (17)

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1

Monahan (42) Why?
09-15-11  01:14am

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tangub (151) Not even sure what they are.....is this something American?
09-15-11  01:18am

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lk2fireone (194) REPLY TO #2 - tangub :

Fraternities and sororities are like social clubs you can join at college or university in the United States. There is a local chapter, which is at the college or university, and a national organization for that fraternity or sorority. Fraternity for male club, sorority for female club. But I've read the old system now has variants, like female clubs calling themselves a fraternity, or a mixed-sex club of males and females.
09-15-11  03:46am

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Denner (233) Nada...first not entirely sure what it really is - apart from some students getting together during college, university ect. ....as seen in some movies.
And guess it's much an American deal...is it like "living in a fraternity house"?

Not much of that in Europe - not now or in my time (centuries ago, LOL)at the University in Copenhagen. But it seems like a fine and fun way to spend time with mates and getting a touch of social life after "leaving home" - is that it???
But in connection with PU, like Monahan asks: Why?

09-15-11  06:56am

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Capn (28) Being a Brit...

No.

Cap'n. :0)

09-15-11  09:07am

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gaypornolover (38) Nope, as I'm not American. I always found the idea of fraternities very odd and mysterious, like a kind of secret club with those weird names! They sound kinda elitist to me. I don't think I'd have wanted to be in one even if I was American. But I might be wrong, don't know enough about them.
09-15-11  09:42am

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Drooler (220) One of the universities I attended was well-known for its fraternities and sororities. The frats are an odd combination of elitism and extreme decadence. They have hazing rituals that prospective members must endure, and they ain't pretty. Some lure college girls into gang bangs. And there's plenty of partying and drinking. One burned down as a party was taking place; there were deaths. At least that's how it was when I was a college student.

On the plus side, once you're a member, you're part of a network of people who can help you with career prospects ... meaning, after you've grown up (LOL).

09-15-11  10:15am

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pat362 (371) Is PU a kind of fraternity? if not, then no.
09-15-11  11:11am

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rearadmiral (340) No. The girls wouldn't let me join their crappy club for jerks. I even told them I was a lesbian.

But seriously, I'm definitely not a frat kinda guy. Unless you consider a military unit as a fraternity, which in that case I guess I am a frat kinda guy, and have been in a fraternity. But with less homoeroticism. Not much less, but still less...

09-15-11  12:09pm

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graymane (31) Jus' a time-honored no-hold-barred outlet for collegian brats.... boozing, partying, comradie, and a sense of rank and one-upmen-ship over non-frats.
09-15-11  02:52pm

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turboshaft (24) Nope.

I went to school a little later than most other students, and as such I wasn't about to be bossed around by a bunch of, in my opinion, teenage alcoholics just for the chance that I might get to drink with them.

That and I'm pretty independent most of the time and kinda antisocial in certain situations.

09-15-11  06:26pm

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turboshaft (24) REPLY TO #9 - rearadmiral :

LOL

I'm sure a sorority would have been fun, but discrimination can really be a bitch!

09-15-11  06:28pm

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onlinelust (4) REPLY TO #6 - gaypornolover :

It is a pretty elitist thing, but it's also about networking. I would never join one because I refuse to do things for reasons other than my own, but I think that people who are in them find some benefit to them.

For most people it's about social status to say I'm a member of something something something like that. But I have some friends who were in them and got good jobs or deals on services and big purchases from their connections.

09-15-11  08:16pm

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slutty (111) Never liked them, although they were good for free booze if you were in a pinch.
09-15-11  11:49pm

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manholelover (24) We don't have them in the UK, thank God, so no...!
09-16-11  09:11am

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dracken (246) Yeah I don't think most people actually care about these social clubs.

I guess it could have made for better drinking buddies, but don't see any other advantage.

09-16-11  04:53pm

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RustyJ (145) I don't think I've ever come across one.
09-17-11  12:08am

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