If the sisterhood bond you have from college still means the world to you, you could be perfect for a new television series focusing on your relationship and living situation with your sisters. All you need is to live in the same city/town as four of your former sorority sisters.
Interested in your group of sorority sisters being the subject of a reality show? Send your info to firstname.lastname@example.org. All we need is your name, location, contact info (phone and email), age, a recent photo, and a short paragraph about why you and your friends are a cut above the rest.
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You already know what it’s like to live together.
Who else is going to put up with your drunk antics? It’s too late in life to meet new friends that are that faithful.
You’ll have an already-established group of girls to brunch with.
Reunions will be less expensive because rather than buying flights, you can just rent out a rooftop.
Group discounts on spin classes.
Sip & Paint sucks if you don’t know everyone you’re doing it with.
They know your “history” and what to not bring up — both emotionally and sexually.
Where else are you supposed to sleep when surge pricing is too high and the last train has already left?
You’ll never have to follow through on any of those fake “Skype dates” you always plan.
You need the network. Not for jobs, but for like, meeting guys.
Okay, fine, for jobs too.
Getting drunk with your work friends is a slippery slope.
Sunday Scaries love company.
They’re going to be in your wedding anyway, so you might as well cut down costs.
You don’t have to worry about sharing things because it’s just a way of life.
You can get drunk and go to bid day together.
I mean, you need someone to train for half-marathons with.
It’s like having five wardrobes.
They’ll come to your charity events when you can’t get anyone else to.
Postmates is expensive and they’re coming over to watch TV with you all day anyway.
You’ve got a set of eyes at every bar. .
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