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Monday, May 4, 2009


I saw this on www.passiveaggressivenotes.com and felt compelled to comment.

As a sorority advisor, I visit the sorority house almost weekly. For the past six years, I have requested that the sisters keep diet soda, water or something in the fridge for me to drink. I am in my late 30s and they in their early 20s. We have different needs. I volunteer my time and drive 20 minutes one-way in order to be their adviser. I have earned the right to expect a dedicated drink in the fridge for me. Unfortunately, young adults are only concerned with their own drinking needs. They stock liquids like Tahitian Treat and Stars and Stripes.

One week, I was expected to be there almost everyday. I purchased some Simply Limeade for me to drink while at the house. A healthy drink befitting a diva like myself.

Knowing that sorority girls expect to share everything, I turned up the bottle in full view of most of the chapter. I figure
d this was more direct than writing my name on it or simply asking them to not drink it.

I ignored their protests. Their comments about lacking class or being obnoxious. I was determined to mark my Simply Limeade. I drunk it and placed the bottle in the community fridge. I wiped my mouth with the back of my hand for effect.


The next day, I went directly to the fridge before stopping to greet the sisters. There was no Simply Limeade. The Simply Lemonade that my co-advisor purchased for her personal consumption was also gone. I expected that because she hadn't tipped it up.

I was angry for almost a week over that until they purchased a bottle for me a few days later.

Nothing will stop someone from using or drinking your stuff if it is in the fridge.

1 comments:

Suse-the-slow-knitta said...

or taking your bread/last sausage/half bar of chocolate!
one thing that I do not miss from Uni.days!

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