The "Srattiest" Picture Poses
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The "Srattiest" Picture Poses

Are you even in a sorority if you don't take a squat group picture?

The "Srattiest" Picture Poses

1. The Squat

"Let's take a group picture!"

"Okay squat!!"

2. Candid Laughing

"Okay guys, I want this to be really cute, pretend like you're laughing!"

"Guys we know these turn out awkward every time."

3. Huge Sorority Letters

"It's my turn with the letters next!"

4. Picture Frame

"Okay let's all squeeze together!"

5. Squad Up

"Okay everyone do KKG on three!"

"Ugh, you're doing it the wrong way!"

6. Shoulder Hug

"Okay let's take a picture!"

"What should we do?"

"Um, let's just hug..."

7. Beach Picture

"Guys, at some point today we should get a group picture on the beach."

"What do we wear?"

8. Flag Picture

"Grab the flag!!"

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