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Old 01-09-2013, 09:49 AM
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Originally Posted by GoCUBS1 View Post
FTW, I was NOT the one who repped you with the advice. I always give my name with my opinions. I also have an inflated sense of self, so I'd never fault another for that. My only bone is that you tend to sound overly judgmental/stereotype "sorority girl-type women," as you've brought it up on numerous threads.
Never said it was you. I know you have an inflated sense of self. That is pretty evident! I have a list of 5 or so suspects, not that I've lost any sleep over it.

Well, since you've been to school, you know there's a pro-Greek, eh-Greek, and anti-Greek sentiment. Those who aren't crazy about them is exactly because they think they are better than other people. Most of the girls I knew who were in sororities in fact thought that. I actually had one approach me in grad school - completely not my type - Nordic, blonde, Texan, and in a sorority. She was a Delta Gamma. She joked that it meant "dick grabber." That she was. Ultimately, we didn't get along because I'm not checklist packaged the way someone from her neck of the woods would expect. As for this chick in the OP, her coastal Southern mom raised her, and her sister, with what had to have been a debutante mentality, which is perfect for sororities. It was only about her looks. I couldn't believe she never acquired any worldliness or sophistication in the intervening time. She would be one of those people you see in NY or Europe with their heads looking up to the sky "Ooooooh," without understanding anything else or making intelligent comments. From the very get-go, I had an underlying sensation we were not a match. It was her conversational style and immature simplistic personality. And I've seen enough sorority girls morph into adults and still retain the conformist, dumb-it-down mentality. If you're the exception, then you're the exception. But, keep in mind, I'm not the one who concocted stereotypes about Greeks. Others preceded me. I merely listened and observed, finding they were right a great deal of the time.
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