Another HS Frat Star Outbreak Occurring In Houston Area

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It’s an epidemic. The latest outbreak is coming out of the Houston, TX area, at Woodlands High School.

The emailer who notified us provides some pretty solid commentary — as he typed this up instead of doing his physics homework — so we’ll let him take it from here.

I am a high school student at The Woodlands High School just north of Houston. I am wrapping up my junior year and just received my yearbook when I notice something, quite frankly shocking.

There is a section talking about styles that are in and in my HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK EVIDENTLY PEOPLE ARE FRATTY. I hear people call one another “geeds” and “pledge” despite the fact that the are currently GDIs and in fact aspire to pledge. It is an epidemic on the rise. While I am admitting in the recent months I may have displayed some attributes of a HSFS and a try hard (given that I caught myself wearing a vineyard vines vest in some boat shoes and not owning a pair of shorts that are longer that mid quad) but this is too much.

It’s gotten to the point where a yearbook states a student is “fratty.” Also he’s wearing a watch from JC Penny and a shirt from Marshall’s, how is that “fratty”? Regardless as I angrily type this on my iPhone instead doing physics I just thought who else but the writers and editors of TFM would enjoy that photo of the ultimate high school frat star.

Sincerely, ******* ******

And the yearbook photo:

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    Memorial High School in Houston,TX literally had a “Frat” themed pep rally. They wore bro tanks and brought red solo cups, I shit you not.

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      I did in ’09. Shit has gotten ridiculous. Just because everyone is loaded doesn’t mean they aren’t a bunch of geeds. I was just at their graduation for a cousin and I could have sworn it was a rush event…

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      I graduated from Memorial in 12′ after attending the school for one semester and its full of try hards. Kids would talk about posts on TFM all the time and how “fratty” they are when a lot of those kids ended up going to community college.

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      ^^ With the book being releases this year, TFM has definitely peaked with popularity and the majority of these boys have now spent their entire hs hearing about TFM so most of them haven’t rushed yet.

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