The Secret Life of a Sorority Junior
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The Secret Life of a Sorority Junior

I'm just trying to stay relevant.

The Secret Life of a Sorority Junior

Junior year is a sorority, and you're feeling washed up. It's almost inevitable at this point, and no matter how hard you try the feeling won't pass. All of a sudden all of these things are true.

1. Frat boys want all your new members

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It's like you could be wearing that brand new bodysuit, but you even know it looks better on new member Rachel.

2. The songs that used to make you want to dance aren't relevant anymore.

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What is this new rap? What happened to "Hotline Bling"? How do you dance to this?

3. You'd rather have a conversation with the older brothers, than try to play a game of pong anymore.

Seriously, where did my skills go? Ah whatever, I give up.

4. Speaking of which, you don't even know the newer pledge classes anymore?

Wait, you're a sophomore?

5. Everyone is dating littles, and you're trying to pretend like you're not going to be grandma this year.

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Why doesn't anyone want to sister date me?

6. Hangovers start to be real.

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I wasn't ready for this.

7. Hookup culture just stopped being appealing over night.

I don't know what happened, but the idea of that boy just isn't for me anymore.

8. The seniors are having the time of their lives, but you're not quite 21 yet.

Just two more months...

9. You have to plan ahead for themes because your wardrobe just doesn't support them like it used to.

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Ugh why did I ever get rid of my overalls?

10. Chasers stop being an option.

Little, can you stop at the vending machine before you come over? I need a coke.

11. Your professors keep talking about your "future".

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12. Staying in sounds terrible, but parties just aren't the same.

When did all the fun get sucked out of me?

& while all of this is low key true, you would never admit it. So stop cleaning your combat boots every weekend, put on a cute shirt & some jeans, because we going out tonight.

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