14 Fraternity Guy Gifts Ideas, Since He Already Has Enough Beer

14 Fraternity Guy Gifts Ideas, Since He Already Has Enough Beer

Frat boys are a species of their own and here are some exciting gifts they will be ecstatic to receive!

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What more do frat boys love than alcohol, partying, and just acting stupid? Here are some gifts that help fulfill all of those needs for the frat boy in your life!

1. Beer holster belt

Whats better than one beer? Six beers! This fashionable camouflage accessory can be used for tailgates, beach days, formals and everything in between.

Price: $8.49 (one pack), $14.99 (two pack)

2. Phone juul holder 

You know those cardholders everyone sticks on the back of their phones? Well, now a Juul holder for your phone is on the market! This will save your favorite frat boy from ever again losing his Juul!

Price: $10.98

3. Animal house poster 

This Animal House poster is a classic staple for any frat boy. This poster will compliment any frat house decor or lack thereof.

Price: $1.95

4. The American Fraternity book

Does the frat boy in your life need a good read for Thanksgiving or winter break? Look no farther, this will certainly keep his attention and give him a history lesson on American fraternity heritage and tradition.

Price: $28.46

5. Beer pong socks 

These snazzy socks featuring beer pong will be loved by any frat boy. As for the way to any frat boy's heart may, in fact, be beer pong.

Price: $12.00

6. Condom case

This condom carrying case will not only protect condoms from damage but also make frat boys more inclined to practice safe sex, which is a win-win situation!

Price: $9.99

7. Frat house candle

Ahhh yes, who does not like the smell of stale beer in a dark, musty frat house basement? Frat boys can make their apartment or bedroom back home smell like their favorite place with the help of this candle.

Price: $16.99

8. "Frat" sticker

Frat boys always need to make sure everyone around them knows just how "fratty" they are. This versatile stick can go on a laptop, car, water bottle, or practically anywhere their little hearts desire.

Price: $6.50

9. Natty Light t-shirt 

Even I will admit that this shirt is pretty cool. The frat boy in your life will wear this shirt at every possible moment, it is just that cool!

Price: $38.76-$41.11

10. Natty light fanny pack 

This fanny pack can absolutely be rocked by any frat boy. The built-in koozie adds a nice touch.

Price: $21.85

11. Bud Light Neon Beer Sign 

A neon beer sign will be the perfect addition to any frat boys bedroom.

Price: $79.99

12. Beer Opener

Although most frat boys' go to beers come in cans, this bottle opener will be useful for those special occasions when they buy nicer bottled beers.

Price: $7.99

13. Frat House Dr. Sign

Price: $13.99

Forget stealing random street signs, with this gift frat boys no longer have to do so.

14. Beer Lights 

Lights are an essential for any party and these will surely light up even the lamest parties.

Price: $17.19

Please note that prices are accurate and items in stock as of the time of publication. As an Amazon Associate, Odyssey may earn a portion of qualifying sales.

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An Open Letter To The Friend Who Became My Sister

Love is thicker than blood.
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Sis,

There are friends. Then, there are best friends.

According to "Grey’s Anatomy’s" Meredith Grey and Cristina Yang, they're your person. The one who, “if I murdered someone, I’d call you to help me drag the corpse across the living room floor.” You’re so much more to me than any of those titles can express.

As I’ve matured throughout the years, I’ve come to the conclusion that good friends with good hearts serve an incredibly important purpose in our lives, going above and beyond what we give them credit and appreciation for.

The family we choose. You’re one of those.

The day we met, I knew that you were going to play an important role in my life. What I had no idea of was that you would join the cast of my life with a starring role.

First, I need to say thank you. Thank you for always coming to my locker to check in before class during high school. Thank you for letting me control the music on road trips. Thank you for sharing your family with me, and addressing my family as if you were born into it.

Thank you for patiently listening to the physical embodiment of a broken record when I complain about the same boy I’ve loved since senior year. Thank you for tagging along on every doctor’s appointment, grocery run, and trip to the post office, just because you know that I hate doing things alone.

Thank you for not thinking twice before dialing when I text you “please call me.” Thank you for never saying no to a coffee date. Thank you for never giving up on me. Thank you for being my better half.

We don't share the same genetic makeup, but after all the sleepovers, heart-to-heart conversations, shopping until our bank accounts cry, and swapping clothes so often that we don’t know what belongs to whom, how could I not consider you family? We have shared some my fondest memories together, and I wouldn’t want them to feature anyone but you.

You’ve been with me on my best days, and loved me on my worst. You know how to make me laugh when all I want to do is crawl into a hole and die.

Picturing sitting in my car with you in the passenger seat makes me long for summer, where we spend three months together doing all of our favorite things. You’ve seen me naked, done my makeup, and warned me before making a poor decision. Being away from you for extended periods of time makes me feel incomplete.

You are a piece of me that I am not quite whole without. You taught me that blood doesn’t make a family; love does.

You know me better than I know myself, which is both amazing and terrifying. You make me realize I’m enough for this world, and that means more to me than I know how to express in the limited words that make up the English language.

You remind me that I am more than my mistakes, and you keep me grounded when I spiral out of control. You’ve helped me carry my burdens along with your own, even when the universe comes down on you full force, way harder than you deserve.

You’re the one I come to for the truth if I think my new dress makes me look fat, and I know you’ll be honest. I trust you with my whole heart. You know the gory details about every boy I’ve ever crushed on, every professor who was an absolute jerk, and every fight I’ve had with my mom.

I wouldn’t make it in this life without someone who already understands and listens to every thought going through my head and each thing I seriously over think, even when you know, though you don’t say, it won’t matter in a week.

With all these affectionate things being said, don’t forget our fights. The few we’ve had were very real. We still don’t see eye to eye on some events of the past, but I never told my mom about it because there was no need to make her choose a side between me and her “second daughter.

We have learned to move forward, because the love we have for each other overwhelmingly outweighs any disagreement we’ve had, and always will.

Through all the tears and laughs, I don’t think that anything the world has to offer could seriously come between us. You go to a different school than me now, and college has rudely gotten in the way of our routine of spending every waking moment together.

Since we met, we’ve grown separately without growing apart. Neither of us are the same person we used to be all those years ago. Even so, we’ve pushed each other to our limits and you’ve given me the courage to keep going and do things that make me happy.

We lean on each other when it’s been a bad day and all we want to do is to snuggle and indulge in whichever show the other is currently watching unceasingly and unabashedly for comfort (it’s the little things). Having you as my co-pilot on this crazy ride called life has been frustrating, exciting, slightly concerning, absolutely insane, and something I don’t know how I would live without, and I don’t intend to find out.

I’ll conclude this letter with a quote from every basic, white girl’s favorite musical, “I don’t know if I’ve been changed for the better, but because I knew you, I have been changed for good.”

Love you forever,

Your sis

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I'm Majoring In Electronic Media And Film, So Please Write It Down And Stop Asking

This is what I'm learning in college. Educate yourselves.

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First and Foremost

This article may seem like an over-exaggeration to some, but it's not. I wouldn't be writing this if it weren't, and I think it's important to get this out in the open, once and for all.

The electronic media part

Electronic media is media that one can share on any electronic device for the audience's viewing, unlike static media (printing). Electronic media is broadcasted to a wider community. It includes things like radio, TV, and the Internet.

When I say I'm learning about electronic media, I'm learning how to transform videos, pictures, sound clips, etc. into a format suitable for TV, radio, and the Internet. That could be in the form of learning the ins and outs of editing software so I can eventually work for a company and produce advertisements, short films, or even movies, or it could be working in Protools to design sounds, voices, and music, leading to a career in music or audio production. It could be working on an actual television set and getting hands-on experience of what it's like to direct and produce TV shows.

The possibilities are honestly endless. There is so much I've learned and have yet to learn during these next semesters. The electronic media part is only a glimpse.

The film part

The technical definition of "film," otherwise known as a movie, motion picture, moving picture, or photoplay, is a series of still images that, when shown on a screen, create the illusion of moving images. The more in-depth definition is understanding what screen literacy is.

I know that sounds weird and probably made-up, but it's an actual thing. Screen literacy is like literature, but with movies. It's about learning the aesthetic, cultural, and social significance and interconnections of cinema, television and new screen technologies. In order to work behind the scenes of video production, it's necessary to know the dominant and alternative practices of all types of different film. These range from global media, mass-entertainment, advertising, Hollywood cinema, art cinema, the avant-garde, local and indigenous media, and documentary.

Classes like History of Film and Introduction to Electronic Media and Film explore these aspects of film in a way I had never thought of before. It's background information for anyone who wants to go into the electronic media field.

What kind of job can you get with this major?

Thanks for asking! That's a great question. There are so many careers stemming from this major. You could freelance or work exclusively for a company. You could become an editor, sound designer, casting director, production assistant or manager, digital effects animator, graphic designer, videographer, screenwriter, camera operator, director, producer, advertising agency announcer, broadcast technician, storyboard/concept artist, or lighting director.

The best part is you learn a little bit of everything in the electronic media and film department. You can specify your interest by taking classes that range from beginner to expert levels, advancing your techniques and passion in your chosen field.

Moral of the story:

I have been asked one too many times what my major is and what it entails. Yes, it's completely okay to ask if it's the first or second time. But if you're asking any more than that and know me on a personal basis (hi Mom and Dad), I suggest you look it up, write it down, or do whatever you have to do understand it. Not only would I appreciate it, but it would show you care a little deeper than the surface level in terms of our friendship. Overall, I hope this article shows you what my major has to offer and what I'm taking away from it.

To the ones that don't understand or think it's an unreliable program, it isn't to me. After switching to this major from biology in the spring of 2018, I have discovered more about myself, my interests, and what I want to do with the rest of my life. I want to make ideas come to life visually in ways that impact people to the core.

Yes, that sounds sappy, but that's how certain movies, commercials, and music make me feel. If I can have that kind of influence on people, then I've achieved something amazing. Hopefully, with my dedication and hard work, you'll be able to see my name somewhere on the rolling credits of a major motion picture someday!

Wish me luck!

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