Given the type of shenanigans that fraternity members tend to get into, it’s amazing that every frat house doesn’t burn down once a year. The latest house to go up in flames was Kappa Alpha at the University of Houston. According to the brothers who were there, they turned on the heater earlier in the day but it smelled weird, so they turned it off. However, someone later turned it back on, likely because weird smells aren’t nearly as annoying as hypothermia.
There were thankfully no injuries, and most of the damage was contained to the attic. However, this serves as a reminder to fraternities all across the country. Make sure to have your heating and electrical systems inspected before winter hits. Also, don’t try to piss on fires larger than the size of a trashcan. Well, unless you’re my buddy Watkins, who drinks enough beer on an average Friday to put out a forest fire. If they were smart, they’d fly him over California during wildfire season..