August 19, 2012
Sorority Village features stores selling black pants and extinct letters
While the University of Tennessee's Sorority Village won't be completed until 2013, already the collegiate gated community has opened new stores selling black leggings and letters from an antiquated alphabet. Zeta Beta Theta Chapter President Brittany Jessel said her black pants will perfectly match the friends she just bought. "My new friends cost $600 a semester," said Jessel. "That's almost as much as I would pay for books if I could read. Oooh, our sorority name rhymes. Shiny." Delta Rho Rho sister Hannah Kout said she is looking forward to purchasing some obsolete letters with her new sisters. "We're going to be like The Others, only with a lot more drinking and sleeping around," said Kout. "I wonder who the smoke monster will be. Probably Courtney. She's such a bitch."
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