Okay, I would love to say that the sorority a girl is in plays no role in my influence of her, I really would. And luckily, I can. Maybe a young sophomore me placed importance on the sorority a girl is in. I believed that the girls in the “upper tier” sororities were the ones that I should be going after, and the ones in the “lower tier” sororities were the ones I should not go after. I do not know what I thought this strategy would get me; social standing, happiness, a harem, I just don’t know. However, the wiser and more mature me can tell you that all of that is poppycock. And for those of you who don’t know what poppycock is, it means nonsense, and it is kind of a ridiculous world just like the importance of sorority standing is. Solely talking about looks, I have met some very unattractive girls in the “top tier” and I have met some absolutely stunning women in the “lower tier”. Look at any sorority or fraternity composite and you will see attractive people and unattractive people. The only thing that a sorority tells you about a girl is what sorority she is in. Don’t be stupid and think it means anything more than that.
I have a new rule I just invented. And in my opinion, which is the best opinion, it is a pretty good one. If you are going to make a decision based on a certain reason, say it out loud. If it sounds stupid, it most likely is. Example of something that sounds stupid: “Oh yeah I thought she was really cool but then I found out that people don’t think her sorority is good.” Another example of something I wish I had said aloud before I acted: “Oh man, jumping off this second floor balcony seems like a great idea” and anything with the words “How bad can it hurt?” Hint, I rolled my ankle and it can hurt really really bad. Also, if someone in the next room hears you say it out loud and takes the time to say it is stupid, I would trust his/her opinion.
I could go on about the human’s “adaptive unconscious” but I will sum it up with your first judgments are generally pretty accurate, and most other things that follow have personal weight on them. There have been girls I have really liked, but then made up reasons to convince myself that I did not like them. Don’t be like me. The only thing that you should judge a girl off of is who she is, or if she has an angry ex boyfriend who just broke out of jail. I would put personal safety first in that situation. But seriously, don’t be a dipshit and listen to social standing. The only question you should ask yourself is do you enjoy spending time with this girl.
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