Best schools for bro's?

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby S de Garmeaux » Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:40 pm

ASU
Ohio State
USC
UCLA

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby BriaTharen » Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:43 pm

Business school

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby lawhawk » Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:53 pm

hopefulundergrad wrote:As someone who fratted pretty hard in UG, bro =/= Guido.

OP: UVA, Michigan, Duke, Cornell, GULC are the T14s for you.

-Browen Wilson



As someone else who fratted pretty hard in UG, the way you guys describe bro...bro = guido.

You should probably not attend a southern school if you plan to bro by crushing beers and slaying bitties, etc, etc.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby lawhawk » Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:54 pm

sdegarmo nailed it

except I would add UF, Florida State, Rutgers, and any Big Ten school.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Grizz » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:03 pm

hopefulundergrad wrote:As someone who fratted pretty hard in UG, bro =/= Guido.

OP: UVA, Michigan, Duke, Cornell, GULC are the T14s for you.

-Browen Wilson


Would you say UGA and UF also have the potential to be fratty?

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby ughOSU » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:15 pm

lawhawk wrote:You should probably not attend a southern school if you plan to bro by crushing beers and slaying bitties, etc, etc.

I must be misunderstanding... Bama, UGA, UF, etc. have the hottest (and dumbest) chicks, and huge party scenes. As a general rule I'd say the further south you go the hotter the girls. What's not to like for a bro at southern schools?

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby S de Garmeaux » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:19 pm

its important to note that different regions have differently dressed bros

some where Abercrombie and Fitch, some 7even & Ed Hardy, some AFFLICTION, some pookah shells, some cargo shorts


they are all bros, just with different nuances

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby holborn » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:22 pm

sdegarmo wrote:its important to note that different regions have differently dressed bros

some where Abercrombie and Fitch, some 7even & Ed Hardy, some AFFLICTION, some pookah shells, some cargo shorts


they are all bros, just with different nuances


Real bros would not wear any of these things. Try polo, vineyard vines, and ray bans.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby cubswin » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:27 pm

julesm2200 wrote:
sdegarmo wrote:its important to note that different regions have differently dressed bros

some where Abercrombie and Fitch, some 7even & Ed Hardy, some AFFLICTION, some pookah shells, some cargo shorts


they are all bros, just with different nuances


Real bros would not wear any of these things. Try polo, vineyard vines, and ray bans.


False. Many bros on the South side of Chicago rock Affliction and Ed Hardy like it's a religion, whereas the North side bro is typically clothed in the apparel you listed.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby 02082010 » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:27 pm

julesm2200 wrote:
sdegarmo wrote:its important to note that different regions have differently dressed bros

some where Abercrombie and Fitch, some 7even & Ed Hardy, some AFFLICTION, some pookah shells, some cargo shorts


they are all bros, just with different nuances


Real bros would not wear any of these things. Try polo, vineyard vines, and ray bans.


TITCR.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby holborn » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:31 pm

cubswin wrote:False. Many bros on the South side of Chicago rock Affliction and Ed Hardy like it's a religion


Clearly, real bros need to do a better job distinguishing themselves from the general douchebeggery you just discribed.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby S de Garmeaux » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:32 pm

julesm2200 wrote:
cubswin wrote:False. Many bros on the South side of Chicago rock Affliction and Ed Hardy like it's a religion


Clearly, real bros need to do a better job distinguishing themselves from the general douchebeggery you just discribed.



your scope of bro is far too narrow

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Grizz » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:37 pm

julesm2200 wrote:
sdegarmo wrote:its important to note that different regions have differently dressed bros

some where Abercrombie and Fitch, some 7even & Ed Hardy, some AFFLICTION, some pookah shells, some cargo shorts


they are all bros, just with different nuances


Real bros would not wear any of these things. Try polo, vineyard vines, and ray bans.


Patagonia stand-up short (5" inseam), boat shoes, Brooks Bros.

z71s, croakies, coozies.

Need I say more?

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby amclane » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:40 pm

sdegarmo wrote:its important to note that different regions have differently dressed bros

some where Abercrombie and Fitch, some 7even & Ed Hardy, some AFFLICTION, some pookah shells, some cargo shorts


they are all bros, just with different nuances


HAHA POOKAH SHELLS

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby holborn » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:45 pm

sdegarmo wrote:
julesm2200 wrote:
cubswin wrote:False. Many bros on the South side of Chicago rock Affliction and Ed Hardy like it's a religion


Clearly, real bros need to do a better job distinguishing themselves from the general douchebeggery you just discribed.



your scope of bro is far too narrow


I would have to respectfully disagree. You say too narrow. I say correct. There are many ppl who try to emulate bros, many fail. also, many think that an A&F polo can be substituted for a classic ralph lauren polo. Or that ed hardy is ever a good idea. ever. these people should not be called bros. It only encourages them.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby holborn » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:46 pm

rad law wrote:
julesm2200 wrote:
sdegarmo wrote:its important to note that different regions have differently dressed bros

some where Abercrombie and Fitch, some 7even & Ed Hardy, some AFFLICTION, some pookah shells, some cargo shorts


they are all bros, just with different nuances


Real bros would not wear any of these things. Try polo, vineyard vines, and ray bans.


Patagonia stand-up short (5" inseam), boat shoes, Brooks Bros.

z71s, croakies, coozies.

Need I say more?


No, you don't. or at least shouldnt have to. Im glad someone else on this forum knows what they're talking about.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby nematoad » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:50 pm

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby badwithpseudonyms » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:54 pm

hopefulundergrad wrote:As someone who fratted pretty hard in UG, bro =/= Guido.

OP: UVA, Michigan, Duke, Cornell, GULC are the T14s for you.

-Browen Wilson


Is bro your URM?

-Broseph Gordon-Levitt

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Grizz » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:57 pm

julesm2200 wrote:
rad law wrote:
julesm2200 wrote:
sdegarmo wrote:its important to note that different regions have differently dressed bros

some where Abercrombie and Fitch, some 7even & Ed Hardy, some AFFLICTION, some pookah shells, some cargo shorts


they are all bros, just with different nuances


Real bros would not wear any of these things. Try polo, vineyard vines, and ray bans.


Patagonia stand-up short (5" inseam), boat shoes, Brooks Bros.

z71s, croakies, coozies.

Need I say more?


No, you don't. or at least shouldnt have to. Im glad someone else on this forum knows what they're talking about.


Much of this controversy might be sorted out if there was a "fratty law schools" thread, but then again, I doubt it.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby holborn » Tue Jan 05, 2010 5:01 pm

rad law wrote:Much of this controversy might be sorted out if there was a "fratty law schools" thread, but then again, I doubt it.


True. The confusion could be my fault considering I believe "bro" and "fratty" to be in the same group and am arguing on that assumption.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Grizz » Tue Jan 05, 2010 5:04 pm

julesm2200 wrote:
rad law wrote:Much of this controversy might be sorted out if there was a "fratty law schools" thread, but then again, I doubt it.


True. The confusion could be my fault considering I believe "bro" and "fratty" to be in the same group and am arguing on that assumption.


I'm gonna go start one right now. We can all attempt to clear this up.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Yimbeezy » Tue Jan 05, 2010 5:07 pm

julesm2200 wrote:
sdegarmo wrote:
julesm2200 wrote:
cubswin wrote:False. Many bros on the South side of Chicago rock Affliction and Ed Hardy like it's a religion


Clearly, real bros need to do a better job distinguishing themselves from the general douchebeggery you just discribed.



your scope of bro is far too narrow


I would have to respectfully disagree. You say too narrow. I say correct. There are many ppl who try to emulate bros, many fail. also, many think that an A&F polo can be substituted for a classic ralph lauren polo. Or that ed hardy is ever a good idea. ever. these people should not be called bros. It only encourages them.


Only the elitist bros look down upon other bros for not being able to afford a whole brodrobe of brolo.

Really, though, I think brodom calls for a more expansive definition than the one under which you are operating. They have bros at state schools (and not just the big Virginia one).

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby 02082010 » Tue Jan 05, 2010 5:10 pm

badwithpseudonyms wrote:
hopefulundergrad wrote:As someone who fratted pretty hard in UG, bro =/= Guido.

OP: UVA, Michigan, Duke, Cornell, GULC are the T14s for you.

-Browen Wilson


Is bro your URM?

-Broseph Gordon-Levitt


You mean is that how I can claim URM status? Partly.

An AA bro. 8) The MOST URM.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Blindmelon » Tue Jan 05, 2010 5:13 pm

BC - Catholic preppy school where people go to "the Vineyard" over break and fleeces and Ray Bans are standard. Also, whitest school (other than Vanilla-nova) that I've ever seen. Thats the UG at least... I don't know about the LS.




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