Enough is Enough!
We're not the spoiled Southern brats some uninformed people think us to be.
The Chi O chapter at Penn State went to a party dressed as Mexicans. Complete with fake sombreros and panchos, which is, like, a little racist if you ask me.
The weather is getting a bit colder, so I’m getting a bit lazier and . . . during the winter months I tend to skimp on shaving my old gams. Would the guy I’m dating be freaked out by my beastly legs or is it NBD?
So this weekend I was thinking about stereotypes because people up here tend to think that just because I'm from the South that I'm racist or stupid or I'm a redneck.
It's a social event where you not only live up the night with your best friends, but also meet all kinds of new people as you wait your turn for beers. The ones you meet will range from the party animals to the party newbies, but they all bring a special little something to the night.
Today, Jenna Talackova was disqualified as a candidate from the Miss Universe Canada competition. This beautiful 23-year old was disqualified because she was born male, which goes against the pageant's rules that contestants must be born female. After discussing this with a few of my friends, I was taken aback by some of their comments, but I could understand their argument.
Obviously not all guys are creepy but, sometimes, it seems that way. On the other hand, I can see how us girls can be pretty annoying when we go out. Dancing in big circles. Trying to be cute and flirty but really just coming off as coy. You can make an argument for either side, really. This Friday's video is one that reverses these roles in the most obvious, hilarious way.
Oh, to be a freshman again. I remember the days when I bought every single book for all of my classes, tried my best to finish all the reading assignments, and got the phone number of every single new person I met. I still have tons of random names in my phone. This new College Freshman meme is taking me back to those days. Here's the best of the College Freshman meme – see anything you recognize?
Last week we considered a few stereotypes about men that are true, while Mr. He Said over at COED magazine thew in his two cents about female stereotypes that are accurate. This week, I'm looking at stereotypes about men that aren't true, from tears to sports to mechanical abilities.
Take away the lights, the camera, and the millions of viewers and wonder what it would actually be like to go through senior year of high school with a baby bump. Would you feel anxious and excited or alone and scared? Would your family and friends support you or leave you and your growing belly behind?
Over the years, college kids have developed a universal stereotype as sex-crazed alcoholic party monsters. And while that may be true for some of our classmates, it's a little bit off to say that this is all you can expect from campus populations. Or is it?
A few weeks ago, CollegeCandy posted a piece on How to Have the Best Vaginia in Town, a post that featured a number of ridiculous, but real vajazzling techniques (which by the way was not supposed to be taken as serious suggestions). But even with so many crazy options to choose from, the issue that really took over the comments was the idea of waxing at all.