Officers in sororities and fraternities are especially busy, and may find it hard to balance their personal and social life with someone who does not understand how much time it can take.
I've been to my fair share of sorority houses, after hours – and unless they're slurping down the contents of the “cheese pouch” in the Easy-Mac by itself – I doubt MACARONI AND CHEESE is keeping in line with any of their new, trendy Paleo diets.
Though dating someone outside of Greek life can quickly become complicated and stressful, things can get equally messy when dating inter-Greek.
Here are the some of the pros of dating a fraternity bro/sorority girl, as well as the drawbacks: When dating a fraternity brother or a sorority sister, they know how demanding Greek life can be since there are many social events, sisterhood/brotherhood obligations and community service opportunities.
The fact that their respective schools were fierce football rivals was a much bigger deal. Unaffiliated people are expected to stay away (stick to their own kind). Of maybe 20,000 students on campus, there were about 3000 who joined one of the 25 frat and sorority houses.
They looked down on the rest of the students the way that Marines look down on soldiers in the regular army; and within their own world, they ranked everbody by which Greek letters they wore on their T-shirts.