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A group of girls who pay to have friends.
Girls join a sorority and then pay to be in it. That is how they make friends, by money.
#sorority #friends #pay #sisterhood #fraternity
di Idon'tpaytohavefriends 20 ottobre 2009
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A group of women who band together under a greek letter title. Often based in traditions, many sororities have rich histories. The girls call themselves sisters, and tend to have close friendships. Upon entering the sorority, each new member is assigned a "big sister" who will be her mentor and friend, ideally forever. As in any group of women, sometimes the sisters are catty, bitchy, slutty, partiers, nerds, prudes, or just average hard-workers.
-I wish I could meet more people!
-You should come check out my sorority!
di atomic_poppy 04 maggio 2004
An organization of women (or so they say) whom do everything they stand against i.e. fucking, sucking, fondling, blowing, chewing, sniffing, licking, whipping, gobbling, and cornholing anything/everything phallic. Though a few pearls do exist in these modern day "brothels" most members spend little time on acadamia and more time trying to get pregnant so they can get out of college with a rich fucktard.
Jennifer: Hwey Mindy, like, what should we do tonight?

Mindy: Oh, I know, lets go over to triangle, triangle, funny looking "E". I bet there will be a lot of free beer there. We might have to like, fuck some disgusting, fat, loser for it, but thats ok with me!

Jennifer: Like, totally!
di Sp0nG3-b0b-Sl0b-Kn0b 05 febbraio 2005
An organization for the most useless of the useless. Makes people feel like they are part of something to give their puny life's a lift. Follows an extremely funny structure that makes the rats in the maze think they are doing something. Morals? no thanks that word sounds very dull and boring. Have no friends? Dint have such a "kool" K-12? Do you desperately seek to socialize? Want to know where the parties and events are at? Join a sorority. They will group you and a bunch of other girls that signed up and will give you a part in a Greek label. And now you are magically best friends, or shall I say sisters with people you never knew in your life but are meaningless exactly like you and I. Follow every bit of influence, satisfy every bit of pressure, follow tradition, trust everyone around you, and most of all, make sure you blend in so you too can be in with the crowd.
I didnt have any friends and nothing to do at my new school. So I joined a sorority. They helped me out. Now I am in charge of holding the beer pong for my sisters every weekend.
#sorority #greek system #fraternity #useless #meaningless #follower #ignorant #sheep
di knowit 09 settembre 2008
1. A collegiate organization for women who either subscribe to the ideals of fascism - specifically the belief that ordered communities of learning should be structured along arbitrary social lines of division which should then be distinguished from one another by the letters of an extinct alphabet and further reinforced by secret ceremonies and pledges of allegiance to their clan - or for women who just want to get drunk and screw around a lot.
2. A community of college age women who are united in their passionate thirst to shop, especially when it comes to buying themselves friends.
Although the above definitions do not apply to any sorority in particular, I believe they nonetheless characterize the spirit of most sororities currently active in United States academia.
#kkg #php #aoii #greeks #pledges
di nethcev! 18 agosto 2006
A select group of girls that are carefully choosen to be part of an organization that tries to help the community in a number of different ways. Despite sterotypes of ditzy, low GPA girly girls, most girls involved are hard working and usually excel in their academics. These groups provide a way for college girls to become more involved in campus events, get involved with their community, and have an incentive to perform with academic excellence.
"I just failed my test, how'd you do?"
"I got an B+. I have to make sure my grades are good so I can still be a part of my sorority."
#greek life #girl groups #greek #community service #academics #college
di Golden Nurse 19 marzo 2006
It IS a life-long support system that provides career opportunities and networking opportunities during college and beyond in the real world, an organization that values philanthropy and community service, a place where women learn to be leaders, and place to meet amazing women who will always be there for you when you need them.

It is NOT a place that puts your looks and wardrobe ahead of your values and personality, full of stupid girls who are only out to have a good time, a place that will haze you or make you do things against your will, full of rich, spoiled and snobby girls, a place that is only interested in your money while you're in school and will forget about you after you graduate.
A few famous women who were in a sorority include:

Nancy Grace - CNN Journalist, Kimberly Williams - Actress, Lucy Liu - Actress, Alicia Keys - Singer, Aretha Franklin - Singer, Katie Couric - CBS Anchor, Condoleeza Rice -National Security Advisor, Rosa Parks - Mother of the Civil Rights Movement, Julia Louis Dreyfuss - Actress, Molly Sims - Actress, Model, Sheryl Crow - Singer, Kate Spade - Designer, Georgia O'Keefe - Artist, Ali Landry - Former Miss USA, Actress, Ashley Judd - Actress, Erin Andrews - ESPN Reporter, and Kristin Chenoweth - Actress
#sorority #srat #fraternity #frat #greek #greek life #panhellenic #college #friends #sisters #friendship #philanthropy #community service #academics #recruitment #big #little #organization #classy #women
di GreekLove&Mine 09 maggio 2012
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