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Anyone Else Have a Problem With... Posted on 09-21-2005
1FocusedBruh

Any Greek(Males) have a problem with dating two people from the same Sorority. Not dating at the same time but you all know how things go..You date a chick for several weeks you all have relations but things seem to fizzle out... After you two aren't talking anyone..Has any one found it difficult to date some org?
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Change from boston, MA replied on 09-21-2005 10:58PM [Reply]
who u datin?
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AKAtude from brooklyn, NY replied on 09-22-2005 12:51AM [Reply]
If the two people are in the same chapter or even crossed on the same line then I wouldnt date them. I just think its rude
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AKAtude from brooklyn, NY replied on 09-22-2005 12:52AM [Reply]
Oh I just noticed that the question is directed toward males...oops!
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Blutifully Human replied on 09-22-2005 01:20PM [Reply]
:???: I don't see why a female can't answer tho? Not like the situation can't be reversed. Newho...
AKAtude wrote:
If the two people are in the same chapter or even crossed on the same line then I wouldnt date them. I just think its rude
Same here. It's just asking for drama if u date two people from the same chapter or line. However, a sorority/fraternity is huge on a national (or even international) level, so it's one thing to talk to a member in one state, then date another somewhere else. Just don't forget that the world is smaller than it seems...and people talk.
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1FocusedBruh replied on 09-22-2005 03:20PM [Reply]
Blutifully Human wrote:
:???: I don't see why a female can't answer tho? Not like the situation can't be reversed. Newho...
AKAtude wrote:
If the two people are in the same chapter or even crossed on the same line then I wouldnt date them. I just think its rude
Same here. It's just asking for drama if u date two people from the same chapter or line. However, a sorority/fraternity is huge on a national (or even international) level, so it's one thing to talk to a member in one state, then date another somewhere else. Just don't forget that the world is smaller than it seems...and people talk.
I didnt include females cause I know guys that are in the smae chapter wouldnt care if his bruh dated you or not..
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Soundcheck 1898 replied on 09-22-2005 05:21PM [Reply]
We had a similar convo on my message board. Basically, I don't see anything wrong with it. First we all are adults and should know what we are getting into. I know most of my LBs and frat in general don't really have any issues. Its really between the ex and the person you are currently dating. When it comes to people in the same chapter.... it can be a sticky situation at times but folk have to remember that we are all mature adults first. Just because it didn't work out between you and Broomsheequa doesn't mean Taniejhanay wasn't meant for you, nah mean, despite their affiliation in their org. So as long as Broomsheequa doesn't hate, and Taniejhanay understands that you and her have a history and its just that (history) it should be all good in the hood. If they are the hating types... leave it alone.
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Blutifully Human replied on 09-26-2005 02:22PM [Reply]
1FocusedBruh wrote:
Blutifully Human wrote:
:???: I don't see why a female can't answer tho? Not like the situation can't be reversed. Newho...
AKAtude wrote:
If the two people are in the same chapter or even crossed on the same line then I wouldnt date them. I just think its rude
Same here. It's just asking for drama if u date two people from the same chapter or line. However, a sorority/fraternity is huge on a national (or even international) level, so it's one thing to talk to a member in one state, then date another somewhere else. Just don't forget that the world is smaller than it seems...and people talk.
I didnt include females cause I know guys that are in the smae chapter wouldnt care if his bruh dated you or not..
hmmm...i think that's relative. Becuz i know some dudes who would trip if i was talkin to them, and then the next minute i was dating their LB. They might try to play it off out in the open, but behind closed doors i'd be called every foul name in the book. It really depends on the level of the relationship and how deep the two parties got involved. If feelings get into it, there is bound to be drama.
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Change from boston, MA replied on 09-26-2005 05:18PM [Reply]
@soundcheck what website is that band frats? u can't justify this it's tacky and messy it's literally like going out with two sisters or two brothers any **** or female that would do that is trash and so is their org
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Soundcheck 1898 replied on 09-26-2005 07:37PM [Reply]
ChangePlease wrote:
@soundcheck what website is that band frats? u can't justify this it's tacky and messy it's literally like going out with two sisters or two brothers any N*gga or female that would do that is trash and so is their org
Number one... Changeplease... you act as if you are an expert on these things but u still don't seem to grasp the concept of individuals vs. fraternities/sororities as a whole. Just because one individual does something doesn't mean it reflects the org as a whole. Also 1 Focused Bruh mentioned an entire org. If I'm talking to an AKA from Idaho and things fizzle out does that mean I can't talk to another one in NY who is the love of my life just because things didn't work out between me and the first one. What i gathered from 1Focusedbruh is that stuff just fell apart. There may not be any hard feelings. If thats the case why can't two mature people work it out. Maybe a child/teenager would have issues but as a grown adult we should have enough maturity to be able to handle of a situation of this type. I'm not saying that I would do it but if somebody was if they were mature enough i don't see anything wrong with it. If you are dealing with people who are not. Two people in the same chapter or on the same line is a lil messy and different but thats up to those individuals to determine. and as for the website it is S.O.U.L. (Sounds Of Unity and Life). It was made for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Sigma Alpha Iota (which are not "band frats") and friends.
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