Another week goes by and one of the best days of the week, Saturday Fraturday has arrived. Bros assemble every weekend to let it all out on Fraturday. Whether its tapping a fresh keg of Natty Light, putting the finishing touches on a fresh ice luge, or starting an epic beer pong tourny, every Fraturday is a party. COED brings you fratty pics every weekend to celebrate bros around the world and their special day, Saturday Fraturday. Check out the pics in the gallery after the jump!
Freedom and Fraternities: two of the greatest things that America can offer the world. COED helps to celebrate the day known as Fraturday by bringing you the frattiest of the frat photographs. Since October's rolling in, bros everywhere are planning on moving the party back inside (that's what the slam-pig said) where they can keep one eye on the pong table and one eye on the game. Check out some awesome bromiting, pong distractions, and generally epic fratasticness below
Freedom and Fraternities: two of the greatest things that America can offer the world. COED helps to celebrate the day known as Fraturday by bringing you the frattiest of the frat photographs. Whether these photos are of Fratdaddys, Slampigs, GDI's getting their just desserts, or just a good old keg stand, you can be sure these patriots are celebrating somewhere. Check out our weekly fratastic gallery after the jump!
Frat life can be a hard life if you're not familiar with its terminology. Like any other organization, if you can't speak the language ("talk the talk"), you can't walk the walk. So, to excel in your fratty endeavors, we decided to drop some bro-knowledge aka brah-ledge on your faces with this extremely useful and up-to-date glossary of fraternity terms. Some are well known, formal, and recognized by school boards everywhere while others have been cooked up in the moldy Gatorade bucket of the foul-smelling back room located in a dirty, beer-covered basement. Even if you're aren't in a frat, but embrace your fratty side, feel free to throw these terms around. Just be prepared to be confronted with inquiries about the secret handshake and multiple other code questions. See the full list after the jump!