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  • "visit to the NYU Pikes" says:

    @"visit to the NYU Pikes" I think we can guess the provenance

    1. "Picture with the Pike St: street sign" says:

      @"Picture with the Pike St: street sign" Yup, this certainly wasn’t the hardest puzzle to solve.

  • Pi Kappa Alpha says:

    @Pi Kappa Alpha Shut up guys, we have a 5 Star Alpha Standards rating.

    1. adrock says:

      @adrock just cuz you have a “rating” doesn’t mean this thing isn’t yours

      1. lol says:

        @lol Did you actually think the guy who wrote that is in pike..?

    2. Keeping it real says:

      @Keeping it real How much did it cost you to get it?

  • LOL says:

    @LOL wait, we have a scientology church nearby? where is it?
    i know a lot of those assholes. don’t ask why. 2 words: federal investigation.

    1. adrock says:

      @adrock it’s on East 125th street, on the southern side of the street. It’s also brand new

    2. JE says:

      @JE Yeah, because that’s a punishment that fits the crime.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous that would explain why i saw a group of guys frolicking past 110th with an orange cone last night

    1. idk says:

      @idk my suite mate is a drunk-hoarder. he came home with a feather duster, traffic cone, and rubber sandals after senior night. Just cause you saw guys with a traffic cone, doesnt mean its these guys. just sayin.

  • JE says:

    @JE Before the self-righteous hipster brigade loses their cool (that includes the administration), a moment of reflection will reveal that this is a very, very tame list. Sometimes lines have to be crossed for a little bit of good natured fun. This school is too damn pressured for people to have to also rigorously police every joke and every activity they do to make sure there are no fat jokes, etc. Ultimately no one (even the fat girl they piggy back) gets hurt in any of this. Is it great? Obviously not. But transgressing a few of society’s boundaries–and let’s be honest, the harmless ones–is actually important for our mental health. Just keep that in mind before you start calling for heads to roll. And real people’s heads, too. Your peers.

    1. lolol says:

      @lolol Saying that this list “transgresses few of society’s boundaries.” Rhetorically effective… but untrue nonetheless.

    2. lol says:

      @lol Do you honestly think that the fact that these people are my “peers” will make me feel differently about this degrading/lame little list?

      ur mistaken bb

    3. Check urself b4 u wreck urself says:

      @Check urself b4 u wreck urself Lol yeah to hell with that crap we shouldn’t have to be held accountable for the things we say, self-moderation is for suckers.

      It may be well-intentioned fun – I’m not gonna lie, I’d probably enjoy myself trying to complete a lot of this list – but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing wrong with it, and that doesn’t mean that it should exempt from criticism.

      I’m not going to touch on the matter of body-image & the issue of “piggy-back racing” on specifically fat girls, because I’m sure there are those who could handle the topic with more clarity & grace than me… but I will say that there’s something really sleazy about a scavenger hunt that encourages stealing a homeless man’s shoe over buying it from him.

    4. Fratty Hipster says:

      @Fratty Hipster Hi JE,

      I’m a “trendy” kid (don’t know if I’m worthy of the “hipster brigade”) who likes doing stupid shit like this…

      -Disillusioned NYU Transfer

    5. Smooth Jimmy says:

      @Smooth Jimmy Take away the bit about stealing shoes from homeless people and I’ll have more sympathy for your position.

    6. Anonymous says:


      you know you’re a ass when you get called out by a website run by a bunch of asses

  • GDI says:

    @GDI not gonna lie, some of this looks really fun

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous So this was obviously Pike. Isn’t that hazing?? Bwog, follow up for God’s sake!

    1. Yup says:

      @Yup Sure is! Good thing they didn’t get a brownstone…it would taken away before they could move back in!

      1. Whut says:

        @Whut But they just got a townhouse and are moving their way back. This is such a disgrace.

  • Lindy West says:


    1. seattle says:

      @seattle if this is actually lindy west… hi and you’re amazing!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous it’s a scavenger hunt! looks like fun, I want to join pikes now.

  • a fellow greek says:

    @a fellow greek FIRST OFF, this clearly wasn’t hazing. Hazing is, “the practice of rituals and other activities involving harassment, abuse or humiliation used as a way of initiating a person into a group.” It’s a fucking scavenger hunt for christ’s sake.

    At no point are the pledges humiliated, abused or harassed to do anything on this list. Clearly the point system indicates that they have the OPTION to do whatever they want on the list, some more realistic than others. and honestly nothing on this list is all that offensive. Maybe the pledges piggy backing on fat chicks, but even that is clearly just a joke. Don’t tell me you’ve never made a fat chick joke before. Is it right? no. but is it something that constitutes “hazing” or any type of judicial action? Obviously not.

    As JE said earlier, people need to get off their high horses and calm the fuck down. I’ve done scavenger hunts myself as a pledge, and I can personally say that this list is VERY tame. kudos to whoever their risk management chair is. It’s when people get crucified for shit like this that I hate going to Columbia.
    Greek solidarity.

    1. "but even that is clearly just a joke" says:

      @"but even that is clearly just a joke" No one’s arguing with that: the issue is this idea that jokes are somehow outside of the realm of censure, that just because something’s done in jest means that it’s critically untouchable. No, maybe it’s not technically “hazing”, maybe it’s relatively “tame”, but none of that means it isn’t reprehensible.

      Greek solidarity’s cool and all, but so’s solidarity with the rest of the school community.

      1. but so's solidarity with the rest of the school community. says:

        @but so's solidarity with the rest of the school community. Agreed. And with people in general, including fat chicks and homeless guys

        1. please. says:

          @please. stop trying to act like you’re laughing with the people on your list, not at them

          no one is buying it

    2. another fellow greek says:

      @another fellow greek Actually, hazing, as defined by Columbia, is “Any action taken or situation created, intentionally, whether on or off fraternity premises, to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, or ridicule. Such activities may include but are not limited to the following: use of alcohol; paddling in any form; creation of excessive fatigue; physical and psychological shocks; quests, treasure hunts, scavenger hunts, road trips or any other such activities carried on outside or inside of the confines of the chapter house, wearing of public apparel which is conspicuous and not normally in good taste; engaging in public stunts and buffoonery; morally degrading or humiliating games and activities; and any other activities which are not consistent with fraternal law, ritual or policy or the regulations and polices of the educational institution.” (this can be found here, in the “Anti Hazing New Member” PDF:

      So, yes — a scavenger hunt is technically hazing. Glad to see you take your Greek duties seriously and read that form carefully before you signed it as a new member!

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous A scavenger hunt is not automatically considered hazing, buddy. It would be considerf hazing if the event was crafted to create “physcial or mental discomfort, embarrassment, or ridicule.” Very few things on that list could be considered any of the above, and even then it’s completely subjective as to whether or not those items were put on their as a joke or even meant to be executed. I have been on a scavenger hunt before, and I can tell you that this is not hazing. Calm yourself you self righteous prick.

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous self-righteous pricks > insensitive, arrogant dbags

          1. Not says:

            @Not really.

        2. Whut says:

          @Whut It’s hazing. Shut up and accept it.

    3. Keeping it real says:

      @Keeping it real You clearly don’t know the definition of hazing.

      Hazing isn’t just limited to “rituals” it’s when you force pledges to do anything, like let’s say “an insipid, disrespectful chauvinistic scavenger hunt.”

  • its a fact says:

    @its a fact frat boy scavenger hunts always end in a circle jerk

    1. You would like that says:

      @You would like that wouldn’t you?

  • Anon says:

    @Anon At least non of the pledges had to take a “pike” up their butt if you know what i mean!

    1. You would like that says:

      @You would like that wouldn’t you?

  • Arsene Wenger says:

    @Arsene Wenger Am I the only one who thinks this looks kinda fun?

    1. Sir Alex says:

      @Sir Alex Our new signing could do it. He’s a top lad. Not some unproven french teenager from ligue 1

      1. Arsene Wenger says:

        @Arsene Wenger Our 2-1 victory over Watford shows we have the mental strength to go all the way in the Champions League. All we need is this 17 year old Morrocan winger from Rennes. He has bagloads of potential.

        1. Robert says:

          @Robert But we just lost to Tottenham. Bad timing bro

          1. Arsene Wenger says:

            @Arsene Wenger >He thinks he’s the only arsenal fan at Columbia

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous i agree. if i were an unaffiliated freshman guy, i’d want to rush pike largely based on this.

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous exactly. which is why greek life needs to get over this “we’re not like the stereotypes” BS. whether or not you ultimately are—this would suggest the affirmative—many recruits are interested in greek life in the first place because they want the stereotype (which is something we wouldn’t want to recognize in any capacity, period). so that’s sort of unavoidable.

    3. Harry Redknapp says:

      @Harry Redknapp I agree. Looks like ‘trfic fun dis, world class lads dees PIKE boys, world class. Absolutely ‘trific

      1. Jamie Redknapp says:

        @Jamie Redknapp this is a top, top, top, top list. just got bags of talent.

    4. dirty mike says:

      @dirty mike obvi,bro

  • hmmmm says:

    @hmmmm “picture of a homeless man burning money”
    Overall this list left a pretty bad taste in my mouth. It’s clearly a product of an insecure group of people that need to hide behind these sort of group actions to feel important. When you take that upper decker you may find it hilarious, but someone making around minimum wage is going to have to clean it up. Making fun of overweight people will not strengthen your overworked, protein shake induce athletic façade. PIKE, you and the frat brothers you want to impress are not the only people in the world.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous woah, woah, woah, leave my protein shake out of it.

    2. consent is sexy says:

      @consent is sexy @hmmmm:

      If they videotaped pledges piggy-back racing on fat girls, the fat girls would probably understand the situation and have given their consent. What’s the problem?

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous because that’s still deliberately mean, you fucking asshole.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Fighting over the principles of a scavenger hunt? #highbrowprocrastination

  • CC 14 says:

    @CC 14 Because getting hit in the face with a black fist dildo isnt hazing.

    1. hey moron says:

      @hey moron if you think that the pledges really have to do everything/actually do everything on this list, I question how you got into columbia.

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous if you have anything hostile to say to anyone pointing out the douchebaggery of this post, I question how you got into the human race.

        1. Eh says:

          @Eh I’d say pretty easily. We don’t exactly have high standards.

  • greek bruh says:

    @greek bruh Columbia fuckin sucks, it’s way to PC, people don’t even laugh when you pay homeless people to burn money.

  • Why do you guys care? says:

    @Why do you guys care? Is this news? Is this relevant to the rest of campus? Doesn’t everyone (readers, commenters, and Bwoggers) have midterms, or anything else to occupy their time? What were you doing while these dudes were on their scavenger hunt? My guess is not much if you give a shit about this.

    1. having cake/eating it, too says:

      @having cake/eating it, too you can’t claim greek life is a valuable part of the community at large one day and then when it fucks up say, “it’s not relevant to the rest of campus!!”

  • poonspeeding says:

    @poonspeeding discuss.

    1. if you need a swimcap says:

      @if you need a swimcap you’re doing it wrong.

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous not if she’s a squirter

  • Truth says:

    @Truth Hazing is not the issue here. The issue lies in the fact that the values expressed by the list seem to be pulled straight from horrible mutation of 1950’s-esque misogyny and jack-ass-esque immaturity. Why anyone would want to be a part of this brotherhood is a mystery to me. This list just makes its creators sound like genuinely bad people. The fact that members of the elite (i.e., Columbia students) in the richest country in the world, in 2013 can still be committed to a set of values that is so archaic and backwards as this is what is disturbing to me.

    1. Robert says:

      @Robert Your parents must be proud that you managed to get “1950’s-esque misogyny” in a Bwog comment

    2. ggz says:

      @ggz Why would anyone want to be in a brotherhood like this?

      Because of people like you.

    3. Big head much? says:

      @Big head much? “Members of the elite”…LOL

    4. member of "the elite" says:

      @member of "the elite" @Truth: says the guy who legitimately thinks he’s better than everyone else because he goes to Columbia… backwards 1950’s values indeed.

    5. seriously says:

      @seriously You really think that you’re better and more moral and shit than the plebs just because you go to Columbia? You’re douchier than any of the frat bros. They have a good time and realize that even smart kids who want to do something with their lives can live a little without having a golden rod shoved up their asses just because they go to an expensive private school with douches like you. They might be assholes, but at least they can get down from their high fucking horses to realize that going to Columbia doesn’t mean that you have to be a judgemental prick like you. Believe it or not, somebody isn’t necessarily an awful person just because he jokes around about classless shit.

      1. like you haven't already heard about this says:

        @like you haven't already heard about this

  • @Bored at butler So much trolling material, so many midterms.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “Sometimes lines have to be crossed for a bit of good natured fun.”
    “transgressing a few of society’s boundaries–and let’s be honest, the harmless ones–is actually important for our mental health.”

    I know what you mean! When I want to relax, I enjoy throwing objects, (small harmless ones that won’t significantly hurt anyone) out of my EC window at the child’s playground below. The fun is in the mystery. Did they hit a minority? Perhaps they hit a small animal enjoying a nut or berry! Who knows! The fun is in the mystery! Just speculating at the delightfully silly noises vagrants make when they are injured in some way really helps me puts my mind at ease at the end of a long day–What fun! what whimsy!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Long term – 20 to 30 years – fraternities are doomed. Not saying that’s a good or a bad thing, but I don’t think they can survive in the current environment.

  • Greek Life says:

    @Greek Life *sighs* We’re fucked.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous NOT THE BABY CAT

    It wouldn’t survive the first five minutes of a Pike party

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous you dont even know

      1. Love Pike says:

        @Love Pike What’s a pike party? Are roofies provided?

  • JE says:

    @JE I feel like when weed is legalized, Bwog comment threads are gonna be a lot shorter.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous yeah, bro, you’re right. you’re chill. it’s all the other commenters who are the problem.

  • Lars says:

    @Lars Burning money? What are you an asshole?

    1. anon says:

      @anon I though only St A’s did that

    2. Meep says:

      @Meep That’s some classic KS BULLSHIT

  • @Burning money!?!? That’s a felony!!

  • are you serious says:

    @are you serious guys, this is a pretty damn innocuous list; i’m even in a competing fraternity of pike’s and i think that the reactions to this are absolute shit. things like this that make the columbia community freak out just makes me hate you overly analytical, self-righteous fucks more and more by the day. it worries me that at even in your 20s you are already indoctrinated with the hypocritical, over-judgmental, fun-sucking bullshit of octogenarians.

    1. anon says:

      @anon I’m so glad I didn’t go to elementary or middle school with you. I imagine you were probably in that gang of kids for whom the idea of “having fun” was the equivalent mental or physical torture for everyone else.

      1. that... says:

        @that... sounds like a blast. where do I sign up?

      2. that says:

        @that could be interpreted in thousands of ways. if you’re going to accuse me of being a shitty person then you’re going to have to pinpoint a little more.

        1. Bro says:

          @Bro I don’t understand why you’re getting so offended. Your inexplicable aversion to thinking through the shit you say and do and how it may affect other people not-withstanding, if you’re gonna be a shitty person just own up to it. At least be a self-aware and honest douchebag, because there’s nothing worse than an asshole who’s too much of a dimwit or coward
          to acknowledge it.

          And, for the record, if you actually derive pleasure from the idea of a homeless man burning money or exploiting the physique of women during eating disorder awareness week then, by my admittedly stringent standards,
          you’re kind of just a twisted piece of crap. Just saying.

          1. Fripster says:

            @Fripster Obviously you never saw shit like Jackass and Borat. People LIKE doing stupid shit, it’s fun even if it’s fucked up. It’s hillarious…

            No fucks given. Fuck Columbia’s over politically correct nature…

          2. Nope says:

            @Nope Saw Borat and thought it was meh–agreed that I wouldn’t enjoy jackass, because it’s one long exploitative brain fart. I’m actually sort of a comedy buff, though, and this is why I’m further convinced you’re just stupid and wrong. Here’s the thing about comedians like Sacha Baron Cohen, Sarah Silverman, Louis C.K., hell even Seth Macfarlane and Trey Parker: they’re very intelligent about their comedy. Yes they push boundaries and mock people, but they’re good-natured and equal-opportunity mockers. If you haven’t noticed that half the time they make fun of marginalized groups they’re actually infusing it with witty social commentary making fun of people like you by now, then you probably don’t deserve to be here.

            Also, why do you wear the badge of “fratty hipster” with pride? That sounds like the most obnoxious personality combination ever. Are you like an intentionally hyper-ironic party bro? Do you roofie chicks and then force them to listen to crappy indie music while you marathon portlandia?Can those two things even go together?

  • you must says:

    @you must not be in a “competing” fraternity of Columbia Pike if you pluralize Pikes as “Pike’s.”

    1. you must says:

      @you must not be a native speaker of english. that was a correct usage of the genitive case. let me give you another example because you are so clearly dimwitted: the well-known tune “this little light of mine” would not be correct if it read “this little light of my.” my is changed into its genitive form to be grammatically correct, and the “pike” equivalent of this would be “pike’s.” now fuck off and go attack someone for something you are not actually absolutely wrong about.

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous your example isn’t even comparable. “My” is possessive. “Pike” isn’t possessive. The equivalent example would be “this little light of me,” self-professed English genius.

        Many grammarians, in fact, will concede to usage for pronouns at large (“this little light of mine”) while maintaining the grammar at the noun level (“a friend of Jane”). There doesn’t seem to be a settled answer on this, actually, but you are definitely not “absolutely right” and I am definitely not “absolutely wrong.”

  • In other news..... says:

    @In other news..... Macklemore WAS going to perform here, and yet he still cancelled.

  • me again says:

    @me again actually, i just reread it, and we’re both wrong.
    i see now that he meant it in the genitive case. in that case, using ‘s was redundant. he should have just said “a competing fraternity of pike.”

  • The more you know says:

    @The more you know More than (75 / 375) or 1/5 seniors in SEAS already has a BACHELORS degree from a shitty liberal arts college. they got in through an affirmative action program for rich people who can afford the extra degree to help columbia make ends meet during these difficult economic times. you might know this program as 3+2. the administration is laughing at your hard work to get in here fairly by accepting these rich students from hendrix college, et al. who dilute our degrees. They get GUARANTEED ADMISSION as long as they score a 3.3 at their dumbass community colleges. Look up this program. It is real. WE NEED TO DEMAND CHANGE NO

  • On Ambition, Cigars, and Women: The Finer Things in Life. A Conversation with a Refined Asian Gentleman says:

    @On Ambition, Cigars, and Women: The Finer Things in Life. A Conversation with a Refined Asian Gentleman Dear Gentlewomen and Gentlemen of Columbia University in the City of New York
    I am writing to let you know that I have determined the finest things in life to be (in no particular order):

    – beautiful and smart white women with big round eyes and porcelain skin
    – cuban cigars
    – summer vacations “out east” in the hamptons and martha’s vineyard
    – Chteau Margaux fine wine
    – a fine, liberal arts education
    – engineering competence (for well rounded-ism)
    – white women
    – academic prestige and excellency (e.g., columbia, princeton, yale)
    – Polo (not the clothing)
    – yacht racing
    – sustained financial success in your proven field (banking, law, medicine)
    – white women
    – an appreciation for classical music
    – an appreciation for other forms of cultural and artistic expression (raps about social issues, rock music with political fervor, etc…)

    It is my sincere wish that my fellow Ivy League gunners and social entrepreneurs strive for the above-stated goals of excellency, ambition, and self-advancement.

    Let us all become better, harder-working, and more refined gentlewomen and gentlemen of this fine institution and nation.

    Refined Asian Guy Class of 2012, CLS JD 2015

    1. hispanic chick says:

      @hispanic chick fuck u.

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Jeez, someone’s insecure about their ethnic background…

    3. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Could somebody please punch this guy in his tiny yellow dick?



    4. This guy says:

      @This guy is obviously a troll.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous not saying i think this isn’t fucked up, but i’m not sure fraternities are on their way out

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous For all of those who think the members of Pike are “good guys,” let this list serve as an undisputed example of the culture of their fraternity and the ideas they impart on their freshman recruits year after year. Behind closed doors, Pike perpetuates a culture of sexism and misogyny. It teaches its freshmen members that it’s okay to make fun of a homeless man, that it’s okay to say hateful things about a woman because of her weight, that it’s okay to engage in criminal activity if it’s all in good fun. It’s disappointing to see something like this on this campus, but what is even sadder is that the freshmen recruits look up to the older members and in turn adopt the same kind of hateful thinking. Once the upperclassmen leave, the new generation of Pikes will simply create another list like this one and the problem will persist. Pike is not a group of “Leaders” and “Gentleman;” it’s a group of immature, arrogant children who have shown both in the media and now in text form that they deserve no place on this campus.

    1. Haha says:

      @Haha I love these armchair psychologists who know everything about pike without knowing any of their members. Do you have a PhD in Bullshit?

  • Player Hater's Ball says:

    @Player Hater's Ball Hate Hate Hate Hate Hate! Yes generalize a Fraternity of 45 of your peers as all sexists, misogynists, immature and arrogant children. That makes sense.

    1. Hmm says:

      @Hmm You capitalized frat and still seem to think the fact that they’re our peers counts for shit. It’s a voluntary association, and I have every right to look down on you fit at least implicitly condoning that behavior. You say you and your “brothers” aren’t like that–that being the numerous actions you’ve taken personally–then fucking prove it. You’ve made your bed and earned all of the scorn you’re receiving, so take action or stop whining.

      1. Actually says:

        @Actually I’m not even in a Fraternity, but I can tell you that the Greek community does more philanthropy and community service than any group on campus (barring Community Impact groups). And yes, I think that anyone at Columbia deserves respect. Finally, what happened to innocent until proven guilty? This whole thing is Bwog speculation–have the accussed issued a statement regarding this matter? Until then, you should hold off on the name calling and the holier than thou attitude.

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous … “barring Community Impact groups.”

          You know every non-Greek group that does community service is basically an automatic Community Impact member? Nice try, though.

          1. Actually says:

            @Actually You’re wrong since I’m not, and there are only a couple of CI groups that have retention rates over 70% and give more than an hour a week.

          2. Actually says:

            @Actually you must mean ABC or SGB, not Community Impact. No, SGBs and ABC groups do not do as much service as CI or the Greek community.

      2. wow says:

        @wow Not sure why actually is even indulging your converstation, you sound like a total jugdmental bitch!

  • You would like that says:

    @You would like that wouldn’t you?

  • jamieb says:

    @jamieb to much PC on here. It did not say steal shoes, it said you cant buy them, that means for points you could trade you watch, hat, your shoes, a nice coat whatever. You have to decide if the points are worth loosing your nice shoes for smelly old shoes. It did not say steal.

    For a bunch of think they know it all college kids, who go to a great, open minded, creativity fostering school, the lack of basic creativity is sort of alarming.

    Also riding a fat girl is no different that asking for a drivers license picture of a guy over 6’6″, or asking for a high five from a person under 4’9″ etc. Its just a hard thing to find, coupled with a task. Firemen carry people out of buildings all the time. Grade school track and field days, and company picknics do piggy back ride contests. No big deal. Its not shameful.

    Lastly for the creative open mind set, putting words on paper does not mean anyone has to do it, nor does it mean people can do it, or will even consider it. It can be to elicit a laugh, and talk about it while you are driving around looking for a parking cone.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous “it’s not shameful.”

    I’m sorry, but you really don’t think anyone believes that, do you?

    1. jamieb says:

      @jamieb like i said. Is it bad when a fireman carries you? Do you cringe when you see some 11 year old girls at the middle school olympics/field day carrying each other?

      Your response, was basically, i cant believe you do not have the same emotional response as me, and lack of logic.

      Your not being logical.

      Whipping someone and making them carry you is terrible. It is not terrible to be something like a rickshaw “driver” in india or china, if you allows you to feed your family of 5 people. That is not shameful.

      Nothing one does on their own is shameful if they want to do it, and do not do it out of despair, or they are not coerced. Its quite simple.

      If i carry two guys on my back in football, and cross the goal line, i am a badazz, not the fool.

      Expand your mind, your actually quite bigoted, and narrow minded. You should just change your username to pcdouche.

      Either fat people are the same or they are not. It sounds like you think they are not the same, they are infantile, they can NOT make decisions on their own, and need people like you to look after them? That does not make you sound so progressive does it? It eerily similar to old ideas about women or minorities, like a woman cant be a lawyer or a doctor, or a black man cant lead a bunch of white guys into battle. You think fat people cant make a decision. THEY SIMPLY must have been exploited, it couldn’t be they might have had fun, or thought it was funny.

  • Cosmopolitan Magazine says:

    @Cosmopolitan Magazine cares about bwog. They linked back to this in an article posted today <3

  • Cmon Guys says:

    @Cmon Guys Nothing is funny. Everything is problematic. And before you comment like “Name: lolol” and “comment: Do you think this person is actually serious??” I fucking am. This bullshit is another example of the capitalism and patriarchy all around us.

  • Im in Pike says:

    @Im in Pike And youre completely right!!!! I’m sooooo hateful

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous If you’re offended by this list you are more or less a huge, politically correct, pussy.

    – Mysogynist, asshole, etc.

  • Poonspeeder says:

    @Poonspeeder Who’s this matt wang guy? Sounds like a complete twat.

  • Matt Wang says:

    @Matt Wang Anyone seen my glasses?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Matt Wang is Pike’s fraternity chapter advisor. Check this out, the list made the news!

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous The Canadian News… That’s kind of like being the tallest midget.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Matt Wang is the Pike fraternity’s chapter advisor. It looks like he’s got some work on his hands because the list just made the news:

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Matt Wang is the Pike fraternity’s chapter advisor. It looks like he’s got some work on his hands because the list just made the news:

  • VVVVVV says:

    @VVVVVV Go back to your commune

  • Whut says:

    @Whut And you FRAT boys want to be called “fraternity” men? Smh.

  • Misogyny? says:

    @Misogyny? How can you say that when poonspeeding involves *giving* oral sex (w/ swimpcap + goggles)…sounds more like chivalry to me.

  • Below Me says:

    @Below Me The great thing about that policy is that is says “may include” and not “does include.” That means a scavenger hunt may not necessarily be considered hazing. The operative word is “may.”

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