10 Times Winston Aka Winnie The Bish Aka Aka Brown Lightning Is Actually A Sorority Girl

10 Times Winston Aka Winnie The Bish Aka Aka Brown Lightning Is Actually A Sorority Girl

There's a Winston in all of us.


Winston Bishop, maybe one of the most relatable characters in New Girl. I quickly realized that he is the embodiment of a sorority girl. Here are 10 times Winston truly showed his srat side.

1. When Your Chapter Meeting Lasts Double The Normal Time


Sometimes this is sarcasm, sometimes it's serious. Either way it's both accurate.

2. The Sorority Decides To Have A Date Dash And You Have No Choices On Such A Late Notice


Would they allow my cat onto the party bus? Or really the venue? Where even are we going?

3. When That ONE Guy At The Party Won't Leave You Alone


You've walked away five times and he keeps coming back to the conversation. Please, where is your date?

4. Your Sorority Sister Sends That Message In The GroupMe Asking If Anyone Has Errands


"Does anyone need to go to Target?" Umm... can we stop and get food too?

5. When Someone Gives You The AUX During A Frat Lap


Do you listen to pop? What about the 2000's party list? This is such a big decision.

6. When You See Your Big/Little Going To Class


You love them with your whole heart and are so happy to have them in your life.

7. When You Have An Event On A Saturday Morning But You Just Want Sleep


You just want to sleep after the long week. But I guess that's not happening.

8. When You And Your Sister Wake Up At Noon, Hungry


You had dinner at like 10 with your roommate but that pasta sounds good again.

9. The Date Party Is Karaoke So...


Where is a better place to embarrass yourself than with you sisters at karaoke.

10. But Your Sisters Are The Ones Who Understand You The Most


You wouldn't trade them for the world. Nor would really anyone else deal with you.

Popular Right Now

13 Meaningful 'Supernatural' Quotes

This show is about more than just monster-hunting.

Supernatural has proven its greatness once again by being renewed for a 13th season. Anyone who’s watched the show, and has most likely fallen in love with it, knows why it is immortal. The show that involves killing in each episode, yet can’t be killed, survives because of the messages underlying it. Messages of hope, of perseverance, of love, of family, and more broadly speaking, of life, are the fiber of Supernatural. The words of beloved characters like Sam, Dean, and Castiel can change people’s lives. Countless fans post on social media about how the show inspired them to tenaciously push through hardships and to keep fighting no matter what. How incredible is that?

So thank you Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, and the rest of the wonderful cast for continuing to bring such powerful, imperfectly perfect characters to life. Characters that make mistakes. Characters that fall, but always get back up. Characters that will live on long past the show’s eventual ending. Until then, we will continue tuning in to the journey of our two favorite brothers and the angel they consider family, learning from impactful quotes, such as the following, along the way.

1. "If you’re going to have faith, you can’t just have it when miracles happen, you have to have it when they don’t.” (Layla, 1x12)

2. "Now I realize that there is no righteous path, it’s just people trying to do their best in a world where it is far too easy to do your worst." (Castiel, 10x09)

3. "We make our own future." (Dean, 5x04)

4. "You're wrong about humanity. They are your greatest creation because they're better than you are. Sure, they're weak, and they cheat and steal and destroy and disappoint, but they also give and create, and they sing and dance and love. Above all, they never give up." (Metatron, 11x20)

5. "Who cares where happiness comes from? Look, we're all a little weird, we're all a little wacky—some more than others—but...if it works, it works." (Dean, 9x12)

6. “It doesn’t matter what you are, it only matters what you do. It’s your choice.” (Sam, 4x04)

7. "They say you can’t protect your loved ones forever. Well, I say screw that. What else is family for?” (Ellen, 2x10)

8. “A wise man once told me, 'family don't end in blood.' But it doesn't start there either. Family cares about you, not what you can do for them. Family is there, for the good, bad, all of it. They got your back, even when it hurts. That's family.” (Dean quoting Bobby, 10x17)

9. “You don’t have to be ruled by fate. You can choose freedom.” (Castiel, 6x17)

10. "I will keep fighting. I'll keep swinging until I got nothing left." (Dean, 10x20)

11. "The human soul is not a rubber ball. It's vulnerable, impermanent, but stronger than you know. And more valuable than you can imagine." (Death, 6.11)

12. "We're far from perfect, but we are good." (Sam, 10x23)

13. "No matter how much it hurts, no matter how hard it gets, you gotta keep grinding." (Dean, 11x15)

~Carry On~

Related Content

Connect with a generation
of new voices.

We are students, thinkers, influencers, and communities sharing our ideas with the world. Join our platform to create and discover content that actually matters to you.

Learn more Start Creating

No Matter How Much You Flaunt Your Letters, Greek Life Does Not Define You

Do what makes you happy, not what everyone else is doing.


As a student at a university with a major sorority and fraternity presence, I know that those unaffiliated, like myself, can't help but wonder if there's something that we're missing out on. Seeing everyone walk around flaunting their letters can make a non-member feel a little left out. I have been told straight to my face "you're going to regret it if you don't rush." But, in all honesty, I don't.

Now, don't get me wrong, being a part of a sorority or a fraternity sounds incredibly fun. With formals to hold, fundraising events to be a part of, "sister photo shoots" to have, and socials to go to, there never seems to be a dull moment for a Greek life member. Not to mention, those affiliated say they have made their absolute best friends through their sororities or fraternities. My friends that are a part of Greek life are always gloating about it, and I can see why. I joined my past roommate at one of her sorority formals and I genuinely had a ball being able to dress up and pretend it was prom again.

However, as wonderful as all of this is, you don't need to be a part of Greek life in order to have THE college experience. Having letters on your shirts does not mean you are any better or any worse of a student than those without them. The letters do not define you.

As an unaffiliated college student, I have still been able to find my group of "forever friends," join clubs, spend nights out, and get an education (since that is, after all, what we're all here for). As cool as it is to be able to stick Greek letters on the back of your laptop, for me, it just leaves more room for stickers of Harry Styles.

Thankfully, college is a lot different than high school — there aren't really any cliques or status rankings. So, if you aren't a part of Greek life, that does not automatically put you at the bottom of the social ladder. At the end of the day, your affiliation does not matter at all. Instead of using a sorority or fraternity as a resumé booster, unaffiliated students can fill those blanks with other work, internship, volunteer, or extracurricular opportunities.

Sure, being a Greek life member may allow you to network and get connections for future careers, but it isn't the only way to do

so. Employers will not pick those in a fraternity over those who are not. They simply look for well-rounded individuals who are involved in something.

So, whether or not you're a part of a sorority or fraternity, I applaud you for making your own decisions and hopefully taking the college route that you wanted to. It does not matter what you are affiliated with, as long as it makes you happy. Otherwise, you aren't missing out on anything special.

Related Content

Facebook Comments