Sorority Girls and Slooter Cahooters Hit the UK

There’s no doubt that the Greek system is a huge institution in America. Almost every university has at least a few sororities and fraternities, and, at many schools, the Greek system is the biggest part of student life. But it doesn’t really exist anywhere outside America. Until now. A new reality show on TLC is following a group of girls as they try to change that. I think everyone, regardless if they’re in a sorority or not, can enjoy this one.
In Sorority Girls, which debuted this week, a group of American women head over to the UK to start Sigma Gamma, England’s first sorority. And the results are pretty hilarious. Please, please watch this video from the premiere episode. You need to hear one of the girls use the term “slooter cahooter” instead of “slut.” It actually made me laugh out loud. Alone. At my computer. It was so ridiculous that I actually had to wonder if it may have been scripted.
Tell us what you think! Is it a good idea to bring the Greek system to the UK? And would you ever call someone a “slooter cahooter”?
Garnet is a student at Columbia University in New York City. She is “that person” who starts dancing at a party when everyone else is standing around, and if there were a Facebook stalking Olympics, she would be a gold medalist. She also has a love for cheesy 90s music, and almost died of happiness when Vanilla Ice tweeted at her. Once. Follow her on Twitter @garnethenderson.

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