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Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 12:18 pm
by Ruxin1
ironbmike wrote:
rad lulz wrote:
ironbmike wrote:
Sounder89 wrote:I might be misapplying Duke's undergrad reputation to the law school. And George Mason is in the South and generally conservative, no?


Mason is conservative but most definitely not in the South.

Former commuter schools are not frat


When did I say it was frat? It's not.


CHECK YOU THREAD TITLE BREH.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 12:46 pm
by ironbmike
Ruxin1 wrote:CHECK YOU THREAD TITLE BREH.


Politically it is very conservative. It's not fratty or Southern. Make of it what you will.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:35 pm
by squonk
Damn. I'm most likely going to UGA in the fall, but I'm not the fratty type at all. I guess I'll have to try to fit into that whole thing somewhat.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 11:46 pm
by Mal Reynolds
What ever happened to grizz?

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 8:46 pm
by stillwater
Mal Reynolds wrote:What ever happened to grizz?


are you kidding?

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 8:51 pm
by JamMasterJ
stillwater wrote:
Mal Reynolds wrote:What ever happened to grizz?


are you kidding?

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Fri Apr 05, 2013 11:53 pm
by TrojanHopeful
Cooley. /thread

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Wed Apr 20, 2016 4:09 am
by PrezRand
Bumped. I enjoyed reading this thread. I honestly do not know what compelled me to google the frattiest law school thread on TLS.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 9:32 am
by missie
Misread the title of this thread at first - I thought it said "Fatty" Law Schools lololol

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Fri Apr 22, 2016 2:27 pm
by ThisWillDo23
University of Miami's Law School attracts a lot of fratty bro types.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 2:31 pm
by PrezRand
ThisWillDo23 wrote:University of Miami's Law School attracts a lot of fratty bro types.

This is surprising considering this school is not fratty

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 3:28 pm
by hipcatdaddio
Kind of amazing as to what some people believe passes as frat.

If your college makes you have on-campuses "houses" that are essentially glorified dorms = Not frat.

If your college doesn't tailgate/have big-time athletics = Not frat.

If your college isn't close enough to get to a beach and/or the mountains for your fall/spring weekend retreats = not frat.

If your college doesn't have a horse derby within driving distance = not frat.

If there isn't some underlying, persistent conflict between the greek student body and the GDI student body = not frat.

If your college administration ultimately sides with the GDIs in said conflict = not frat.

Basically, UGA, UF, FSU, Bama, Ole Miss = FaF.

ETA: I love my Alma Mater, but UNC isn't frat.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 3:54 pm
by GreatBraffsby
hipcatdaddio wrote:Kind of amazing as to what some people believe passes as frat.

If your college makes you have on-campuses "houses" that are essentially glorified dorms = Not frat.

If your college doesn't tailgate/have big-time athletics = Not frat.

If your college isn't close enough to get to a beach and/or the mountains for your fall/spring weekend retreats = not frat.

If your college doesn't have a horse derby within driving distance = not frat.

If there isn't some underlying, persistent conflict between the greek student body and the GDI student body = not frat.

If your college administration ultimately sides with the GDIs in said conflict = not frat.

Basically, UGA, UF, FSU, Bama, Ole Miss = FaF.

ETA: I love my Alma Mater, but UNC isn't frat.


That's a pretty shallow definition of what it means to be frat... I'd say there are 3 main types: bros at southern and state schools, country club/preppy kids in the northeast, and liberal arts frats that exist as a counterculture to hipsters/nerds/ENEMIES OF THE GATE types. There's some overlap, sure, but classifications can be made.

For me, being generally fratty is having an attitude that you're fighting against BS to have a good time with your friends. Doesn't matter if you're (consentually and respectfully) slamming biddies at a mountain weekend, doing weird candlelight rituals your wealthy grandfathers made up in 1940 on opium, or having a party in the cornfields with a keg because there's nothing else going on in a 20 mile radius. It's all in the same spirit.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 4:22 pm
by pancakes3
Bros, being fratty as fuck means being elite as fuck. The true fratbro can get shitfaced 4 days a week and still beat the curve. Moreover, when he kicks ass with effortless grace he does it not because any conscious effort but because when he wakes up in the morning he just naturally pisses excellence. The guy who's graduating with a dogshit GPA and/or at a dogshit school can bro out all he wants but he's just a poser. It's not about connections, wealth, or if your parents came over on the Mayflower. It's about being cool as fuck shit, chill as shit fuck, and if you pull.

Imo Duke and UVa have this pretty much on lock because their UG reputation trump any and all pro-frat-justifications that the rest of the T14 can marshall.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 5:44 pm
by A. Nony Mouse
pancakes3 wrote:Bros, being fratty as fuck means being elite as fuck. The true fratbro can get shitfaced 4 days a week and still beat the curve. Moreover, when he kicks ass with effortless grace he does it not because any conscious effort but because when he wakes up in the morning he just naturally pisses excellence. The guy who's graduating with a dogshit GPA and/or at a dogshit school can bro out all he wants but he's just a poser. It's not about connections, wealth, or if your parents came over on the Mayflower. It's about being cool as fuck shit, chill as shit fuck, and if you pull.

Imo Duke and UVa have this pretty much on lock because their UG reputation trump any and all pro-frat-justifications that the rest of the T14 can marshall.

Hahahahahahahahaha good one.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 6:24 pm
by dabigchina
hipcatdaddio wrote:Kind of amazing as to what some people believe passes as frat.

If your college makes you have on-campuses "houses" that are essentially glorified dorms = Not frat.

If your college doesn't tailgate/have big-time athletics = Not frat.

If your college isn't close enough to get to a beach and/or the mountains for your fall/spring weekend retreats = not frat.

If your college doesn't have a horse derby within driving distance = not frat.

If there isn't some underlying, persistent conflict between the greek student body and the GDI student body = not frat.

If your college administration ultimately sides with the GDIs in said conflict = not frat.

Basically, UGA, UF, FSU, Bama, Ole Miss = FaF.

ETA: I love my Alma Mater, but UNC isn't frat.


You forgot USC

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 6:55 pm
by somethingElse
The horse derby criterion is too strict.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 6:59 pm
by GreatBraffsby
somethingelse55 wrote:The horse derby criterion is too strict.


If someone's dad isn't chartering a yearly plane to a triple crown race (or at least Saratoga Springs), then you joined the wrong frat.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sat Apr 23, 2016 7:00 pm
by somethingElse
GreatBraffsby wrote:
somethingelse55 wrote:The horse derby criterion is too strict.


If someone's dad isn't chartering a yearly plane to a triple crown race (or at least Saratoga Springs), then you joined the wrong frat.


Exactly. So there's clearly no need for it to be within driving distance.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Sun Apr 24, 2016 3:33 pm
by PrezRand
pancakes3 wrote:Bros, being fratty as fuck means being elite as fuck. The true fratbro can get shitfaced 4 days a week and still beat the curve. Moreover, when he kicks ass with effortless grace he does it not because any conscious effort but because when he wakes up in the morning he just naturally pisses excellence. The guy who's graduating with a dogshit GPA and/or at a dogshit school can bro out all he wants but he's just a poser. It's not about connections, wealth, or if your parents came over on the Mayflower. It's about being cool as fuck shit, chill as shit fuck, and if you pull.

Imo Duke and UVa have this pretty much on lock because their UG reputation trump any and all pro-frat-justifications that the rest of the T14 can marshall.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 5:30 pm
by RamTitan
clsballer1 wrote: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.

This is accurate

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 10:38 am
by mwells56
hipcatdaddio wrote:Kind of amazing as to what some people believe passes as frat.

If your college makes you have on-campuses "houses" that are essentially glorified dorms = Not frat.

If your college doesn't tailgate/have big-time athletics = Not frat.

If your college isn't close enough to get to a beach and/or the mountains for your fall/spring weekend retreats = not frat.

If your college doesn't have a horse derby within driving distance = not frat.

If there isn't some underlying, persistent conflict between the greek student body and the GDI student body = not frat.

If your college administration ultimately sides with the GDIs in said conflict = not frat.


Disagree for the bolded, plenty of rich frat kids at midwestern schools have their parents buy them vacations to Mexico for Spring Break, and it's pretty fratty down there. Also, nobody gives a crap about horse racing outside of the south unless there's a horse going for the Triple Crown, and even then people only care about the Belmont and then stop caring as soon as the Belmont's over.

Otherwise you're on the money.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 11:34 am
by pancakes3
mwells56 wrote:
hipcatdaddio wrote:Kind of amazing as to what some people believe passes as frat.

If your college makes you have on-campuses "houses" that are essentially glorified dorms = Not frat.

If your college doesn't tailgate/have big-time athletics = Not frat.

If your college isn't close enough to get to a beach and/or the mountains for your fall/spring weekend retreats = not frat.

If your college doesn't have a horse derby within driving distance = not frat.

If there isn't some underlying, persistent conflict between the greek student body and the GDI student body = not frat.

If your college administration ultimately sides with the GDIs in said conflict = not frat.


Disagree for the bolded, plenty of rich frat kids at midwestern schools have their parents buy them vacations to Mexico for Spring Break, and it's pretty fratty down there. Also, nobody gives a crap about horse racing outside of the south unless there's a horse going for the Triple Crown, and even then people only care about the Belmont and then stop caring as soon as the Belmont's over.

Otherwise you're on the money.


Sorry bro, midwest is per se unfrat and just because you've been to Senor Frogs doesn't make you frat. There's only NE frat and Southern frat. If you use the word "fratstar" then you're just a bro - not frat.

And lol at Belmont. 1) It's all about the derby. 2) Of course people stop caring as soon as Belmont is over bc Belmont's the last leg.

Stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to, bruh.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 11:36 am
by BasilHallward
ec2xs wrote:
Thirteen wrote:SMU

TITCR


I am closely acquainted with both UT and SMU. I go to UT and am a Dallas kid. SMU is a AAA grade frat repository. UT flirts with frattiness, but there is enough variety to keep it subdued.

Re: "Fratty" Law Schools

Posted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 12:07 pm
by mwells56
pancakes3 wrote:
mwells56 wrote:
hipcatdaddio wrote:Kind of amazing as to what some people believe passes as frat.

If your college makes you have on-campuses "houses" that are essentially glorified dorms = Not frat.

If your college doesn't tailgate/have big-time athletics = Not frat.

If your college isn't close enough to get to a beach and/or the mountains for your fall/spring weekend retreats = not frat.

If your college doesn't have a horse derby within driving distance = not frat.

If there isn't some underlying, persistent conflict between the greek student body and the GDI student body = not frat.

If your college administration ultimately sides with the GDIs in said conflict = not frat.


Disagree for the bolded, plenty of rich frat kids at midwestern schools have their parents buy them vacations to Mexico for Spring Break, and it's pretty fratty down there. Also, nobody gives a crap about horse racing outside of the south unless there's a horse going for the Triple Crown, and even then people only care about the Belmont and then stop caring as soon as the Belmont's over.

Otherwise you're on the money.


Sorry bro, midwest is per se unfrat and just because you've been to Senor Frogs doesn't make you frat. There's only NE frat and Southern frat. If you use the word "fratstar" then you're just a bro - not frat.

And lol at Belmont. 1) It's all about the derby. 2) Of course people stop caring as soon as Belmont is over bc Belmont's the last leg.

Stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to, bruh.


I'm not from the midwest, I'm from the northeast. I go to school in the midwest. So I know what being frat is, bruh.