The Struggle is Real: Sorority Girl Edition
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The Struggle is Real: Sorority Girl Edition

If we’ve heard it once, we’ve heard it a thousand times, “The struggle is real."

The Struggle is Real: Sorority Girl Edition

Whether you over slept and missed your Monday 8 a.m. class, or totally busted your knee trying to walk down fraternity row in those new’s always a struggle. 

While some of us may be riding the “struggle bus,” others may be driving it. At the end of the day, we are all on this crazy ride just trying to make it to the weekend.  

For a sorority girl, the struggle may be a little more real in some aspects. With that being said, I present to you the top ten struggles almost every sorority girl at the University of Alabama has encountered. 

Lucky for us, we have fried Friday to help us get through the struggle. 

10 Struggles every sorority girl has: 

  1. Deciding whether to order a large or XL t-shirt.   

  2. Playing life-or-death while using the crosswalk across from Tut to sorority row.

  3. “I can’t wear a crop top tonight, I ate at fried Friday.”     

  4. Having to wash off the neon paint and glitter from the previous Thursday night paint swap.      

  5. “Can you still see my shorts through this XL shirt?”   

  6. Two words: Quick. Grill.   

  7. The million-dollar question you get asked when you’re at a party: “What sorority are you in?”   

  8. Doing something embarrassing and then immediately forgetting that you’re wearing your letters. 

  9. People telling you that you paid for your friends.     

  10. Finding a suitable guy for a date party that will actually make it to the party. 

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