Best schools for bro's?

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js87
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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby js87 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:30 pm

rad law wrote:
julesm2200 wrote: I think a consensus on the definition of bro would be useful.


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Bros or not bros?



Might as well be a Gators tailgate, looks just like one.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby js87 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:32 pm

JessicaTiger wrote:
ntzsch wrote:
rad law wrote:
julesm2200 wrote: I think a consensus on the definition of bro would be useful.


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Bros or not bros?



this picture has to be taken at the U of South Carolina fair grounds before a football game, right?


I actually wouldn't be surprised if it was at LSU- purple and gold frat flag in the back gives evidence towards that argument.


The flag colors are specific for the fraternity, not the school; it would be identical at every school. Now I've probably outted myself as a former fratbro (but I never dressed, nor will ever dress, like that).

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby holborn » Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:42 pm

JessicaTiger wrote:
ntzsch wrote:
rad law wrote:
julesm2200 wrote: I think a consensus on the definition of bro would be useful.


Image



Bros or not bros?



this picture has to be taken at the U of South Carolina fair grounds before a football game, right?


I actually wouldn't be surprised if it was at LSU- purple and gold frat flag in the back gives evidence towards that argument.


As stated, its a fraternity flag. probably SAE.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Grizz » Wed Jan 06, 2010 4:12 pm

js87 wrote:The flag colors are specific for the fraternity, not the school; it would be identical at every school. Now I've probably outted myself as a former fratbro (but I never dressed, nor will ever dress, like that).


Perhaps people from UVA Law dress like this at the Foxfield Races?

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Havaianas » Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:12 pm

people from UVA dress like that everyday - not just at foxfields. Maybe the law students reserve the browear just for foxfields, but undoubtedly there are some rocking boat shoes and pink shirts everyday

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby lawoftheland » Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:20 pm

This is a trick-question as well as oxymoronic thread.

Bro's don't go to law school, they don't have to. A true bro doesn't need to prepare for that lsat junk, study for 3 years in LS, pass the bar, deal with all that character and fitness malarkey, interview, "work" and so on. Lame. The quintessential bro has family money and secures a healthy salary as a "consultant" for one of the less-demanding family businesses.

So your answer is that's a stupid question.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby dkirby87 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:29 pm

Penn State.
Listen to the This American Life podcast entitled #1 party school. You will be amazed.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby cjf4 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:31 pm

i think its funny how many people on this board don't understand the distinction between bro's and douches. I'll try to make a list to distinguish.

stuff bros are into
lacoste/rl/lrg/north face
phish
mashin'
lacrosse
citrus long cut
illadelphs
birkenstocks
djembe's
madden
its always sunny
bbm
pastels
weezy f baby

Douche's
on second thought, just go watch jersey shore

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby lawoftheland » Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:34 pm

cjf4 wrote:i think its funny how many people on this board don't understand the distinction between bro's and douches. I'll try to make a list to distinguish.

stuff bros are into
lacoste/rl/lrg/north face
phish
mashin'
lacrosse
citrus long cut
illadelphs
birkenstocks
djembe's
madden
its always sunny
bbm
pastels
weezy f baby
elephant walks
Douche's
on second thought, just go watch jersey shore

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby 09042014 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:43 pm

urban dictionary wrote:buy bro mugs, tshirts and magnets
Obnoxious partying males who are often seen at college parties. When they aren’t making an ass of themselves they usually just stand around holding a red plastic cup waiting for something exciting to happen so they can scream something that demonstrates how much they enjoy partying. Nearly everyone in a fraternity is a bro but there are also many bros who are not in a fraternity. They often wear a rugby shirt and a baseball cap. It is not uncommon for them to have spiked hair with frosted tips.

Bros actually chose this name for themselves as they often refer to each other as "bro" even though they are not related.
I couldn't go to sleep last night because some bros at the party next door kept screaming, "Whoooooo!!! YEAAHHHHH! Whooooooo!"


http://bro.urbanup.com/1242698

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby lakerboy » Wed Jan 06, 2010 11:03 pm

For anyone still searching for a better understanding:

http://www.broslikethissite.com

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby clsballer1 » Thu Jan 07, 2010 8:00 am

lawhawk 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



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.


You are way off base here. The difference between bro's and guidos is easily distinguished. Just because both share enjoyment in smoking j's and slaying bitties does NOT mean that they are the same.

Bro J Simpson

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby clsballer1 » Thu Jan 07, 2010 8:23 am

There are differences between fratty and bro

1. Don't have to be in a frat to be a bro. Being in a frat does not make you a bro. An unusually high percentage of bros are in frats due to the fact that the frat lifestyle is conducive to bro'ing.

2. Being a bro is not about what you wear. Most bro's naturally wear brolo due to its stylishness and comfort. Wannabees equate clothing with brohood because it the only way they can pretend to be bro's.

3. Bro's usually don't really give f*ck about anything. However, they are generally smart and can get good grades, plagued by the itis, prone to crushing brews, slaying sorority chicks(whether in a frat or not), possessing a general unexplained swagger.

4. Fratstars are bro's
edit. fratstars go on month long benders, drink, smoke, and bang more girls than the everyone. Yet they seem content doing these things without advertising them to the world via douchey clothing etc.

ALSO: the "bro's" in the picture above are obviously goobers. not bro's. Taking pictures every 5 minutes so people will remember what you wore is a sorority move.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Grizz » Thu Jan 07, 2010 12:28 pm

clsballer1 wrote:ALSO: the "bro's" in the picture above are obviously goobers. not bro's. Taking pictures every 5 minutes so people will remember what you wore is a sorority move.


Perhaps some sorority girl took the picture? They love doing such foolishness.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby doinmybest » Fri Jan 22, 2010 5:08 pm

rad law wrote:If we're talking Ed Hardy and hair-gel type bros, then perhaps Miami?


Those are guidos dude. There is too much mixing Guido and Fratty in this thread. There is a huge difference between the two.

- Bro Montana

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby kittenmittons » Fri Jan 22, 2010 5:10 pm

Whatever school I end up at.

- Marie Kate and Ashley Brolson

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Woozy » Fri Jan 22, 2010 8:47 pm

Verily I say to thee, I founded the University of Broginia to advance the following broals:

To develop legal brolarship,
To instruct in proper brotocol,
To broaden horizons,
To protect our bronstitution,
To instill bronesty and bronor.

It is surely there you will find yourself most bromfortable.

- Bromas Jefferson

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby smartin » Fri Jan 22, 2010 9:06 pm

rad law wrote:
js87 wrote:The flag colors are specific for the fraternity, not the school; it would be identical at every school. Now I've probably outted myself as a former fratbro (but I never dressed, nor will ever dress, like that).


Perhaps people from UVA Law dress like this at the Foxfield Races?


+1

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby robin600 » Tue Feb 09, 2010 1:44 pm

Dear OP,
Please tell me which law school you do choose, so I myself can choose not to attend.
Thank you

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby nathan. » Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:18 pm

APimpNamedSlickback wrote:NYU, followed closely by Boalt. have fun dude!


broalt?

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby TheBigMediocre » Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:41 pm

Old news, but that is a Sig Chi flag. Not SAE as someone else put forward.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby romothesavior » Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:45 pm

nyyankees wrote:i feel like the thing to do here is just go to wherever you want, and find the bros therein. Theres always gonna be bros around, they wont be the majority anywhere, and choosing a school based on bro-ing prob isnt your best move.

- Chad BrochoCinco


Spoken like a true bro.

I'm hoping to find a good bromance at WUSTL next year.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby Ty Webb » Sat Jun 19, 2010 10:02 pm

TheBigMediocre wrote:Old news, but that is a Sig Chi flag. Not SAE as someone else put forward.


No.

Sigma Chi:
--ImageRemoved--

SAE:
Image

Correct people only when you're right. Being wrong is very un-bro.

-Tom Brody.

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Re: Best schools for bro's?

Postby TheBigMediocre » Sat Jun 19, 2010 10:26 pm

Brosef Stalin,

Thanks for the graphic representation, but I know what both fraternities' flags look like.

I assumed it was Sig Chi because:
1) Most of the time at large events (like the Carolina Cup), nobody puts up their actual flag because wandering sorostitutes wouldn't recognize them.
2) it looked like blue on gold.

I did a quick search and you are right, it's an SAE flag (not their ΦΑ flag though). But apparently, it's a bunch of Phi Sigs who just happened to be in front of the SAE flag for the picture. Link

-Tycho Brohe




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