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  1. 143
    FijiSweetheart

    I actually think they were pretty polite considering some random stranger kept trying to interrupt bid day by self promoting her little show and trying to sneak into one of the houses…

    ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 10 months ago
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    thetabetababe

    Shit like this is why sorority girls get a bad rep. It’s the same thing as if those pi phis went in a bugged her about going through recruitment while she was doing her show.
    It may seem silly to those not in greek life, but bid day for sororities is an important day. It’s the culmination of a lot of hard work. Any other day, I’m sure they would smile, take her flyer & nod, even if they didn’t give a shit about her play.
    And of course they didn’t let her into their house. She was bugging them, being rude & that’s private property.

    ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 10 months ago
    • 35
      lonestar11

      I totally agree. She’s acting like those sorority girls are being condescending for not caring about her show (granted they could’ve been a little nicer) but she’s being equally disrespectful and condescending to things they clearly care about

      ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 10 months ago
  3. 46
    Tlloyd

    I don’t think this was funny at all. As both a theater major and an officer of my sorority I am extremely offended by the way this woman handled herself. Recruitment is a stressful time for all Greek organizations, rush week is full of long hours, hard decisions, and lots of tears. However, it’s all worth in the end because on Bid Day you get a house full of wonderfully perfect new sisters. This woman approached all the girls she encountered with a surly attitude and condemned them before she even began speaking. As a theater major, I’ve been honored to have my chapter attend my plays each Bid Day to show support for me and the theater program. They come because they want to show their school spirit and to strengthen our sisterhood through appreciating the arts. For this woman to try and force her way into a sorority house on Bid Day is ridiculous, not only because of the nature of the day itself, but also because if she had properly advertised her show before hand or even reached out to the organizations to see if they wanted to attend the show as a group then I’m sure she would have had a much better response. I’m shocked that anyone could watch this video and side with this woman. And finally I think these girls handled themselves graciously considering this woman rudely approached them and tried to distract them on the busiest day of the sorority calendar.

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    • 1
      aclark23

      Honestly, I don’t get how you can react to a video in this way and be so negative. She isn’t trying to approach these girls with a bad attitude, that’s her humor. Quinn is one of my best friends and has tons of friends in Greek life, including me. She is one of the most genuinely kind and down to earth people I know and I this video was just a way for her to promote her show and find comic relief during that time.

      ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 10 months ago
  4. 16
    alphaohayoh

    Bid day is a HUGE deal. Of course it wasn’t a good time for this random lady to come up to them promoting her show and even trying to sneak into the sister’s house?? That’s ridiculous and embarrassing on her end. She most likely posted this video trying to downgrade sorority girls and stereotype them as rude when really she’s the one that made the fool out of herself. She could have found a much better time than the middle of bid day to try and promote her show. I was embarrassed to watch her behavior and think that the girls were polite considering the circumstances.

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  5. 8
    DGCurlsAndPearls

    Wow. These Tulane girls were angels compared to how I would have reacted on any of our Bid Days. After weeks of practice, stress, and tears, there is nothing that beats the feeling of having a beautiful new member class on your lawn on Bid Day and this Quinn chick was looking down her nose at them the whole time! It must be a rough life being above letting loose and having fun.

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      aclark23

      I dont get how you can be so rude about something like this. Quinn is one of the funniest and most talented people I’ve ever met and surprisingly, there is more to life then bid day. She was trying to have some fun, she wasn’t trying to sabotage these girls. Get over it.

      ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 10 months ago
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    srattingisahabit

    As someone who just graduated with a degree in theatre performance, this video frustrates me. My sisters attended every production I was in or directed and showed the utmost respect for my craft. In comparison, my fellow theatre majors who weren’t also Greek were often flippant and disrespectful about fraternity and sorority affairs. That being said, I hope bid day activities never take place right outside of a rehearsal space.

    ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 10 months ago
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    itslikeyaknow

    If it was bid day, shouldn’t these girls be in their best spirits and be nice….? …to everyone? I’m in a sorority myself and these girls made themselves look like complete cunt-tards. Go Quinn.

    ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 10 months ago
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    LisaFrank19

    This is such an embarrassment to the Greek community. It really promotes the negative stereotypes all sororities have. Quinn is a bad ass. Way cooler than those sorostitues anyway.

    ^ ThisBless your heartReply • 10 months ago