Last we checked, being in a fraternity did not qualify as a talent.
(submitted by Joseph)
“Being in a Frat doesn’t count as a talent?!?! Pshh! Anything that requires blood, sweat and tears (literally) to achieve should be considered a talent! I earned the right to wear these awesome captain’s shoes without socks, damnit!” LMAO
Being accepted in a fraternity was the only exemption allowed for nonparticipation in the family band and going sockless!
His talent is obviously.. uh.. modeling??
but having a giant beltbuckle and a Hef sailing hat does?
Does the girl in the middle really have ballet shoes, a trombone, a suitcase AND teddy bears?!?! *pfft* Overachiever.
hahaha, my thoughts, too. Could have at least kept quiet about the teddy bears. I mean, c’mon.
I like the guy with the guitar – looking like he is playing while the others have the instruments as props.
Perhaps his talent was comedy…!?
Being a Pike is not a talent it but it takes a lot more to be a member of Pi Kappa Alpha then it does to be in any other fraternity. Furthermore John Stewart is a pike and he is talented so maybe that’s what he is drawing from!
Yeah, I know those keggers suck and you’d rather be doing homework 6 nights a week, but you have to push through it if you want to succeed in life.
I am a Pike Wife and I think that is Halarious but you actually have to be accepted to be in the pike. I know my husband had to do community work and have to participate and a lot of extra things in college to just to stay in the Pike’s Frat.
To be honest, most fraternities require community work, campus leadership, good grades and/or other things to enter into membership. Pike is not special in that he had to be ‘accepted’ into the fraternity.
The girl on the end with the flute and super cute jumper dress is saying, “One time, at band camp…”
*snickers at the caption* Exactly what I thought
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