Sorority Girls Get in Trouble Over Hats & Mustaches

Posted on December 11, 2012 7:00 pm

[High Praise! to Tongue-Tied]

Personally, I blame Mexico for being so culturally undiverse that it’s possible to stereotype them as all having big hats, serapes, and mustaches.

Can’t do that to Americans, what with our incredible variety of hair, skin, and eye colors.

And our lack of stupid folk-costumes (lookin’ at your lederhosen, Germany).

Which begs the question: if a Mexican sorority wanted to dress up like Americans for Halloween, how would they do it?

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10 Responses to “Sorority Girls Get in Trouble Over Hats & Mustaches”

  1. Terry_Jim says:

    “if a Mexican sorority wanted to dress up like Americans for Halloween, how would they do it?”
    Assuming Mexican sorority girls look like Mexican soap opera girls, they could take off the high heels,
    put on 50 lbs and dress like the people of Walmart.

  2. Jimmy says:

    Ball cap on backwards, pants hanging below their knees, dirty white t-shirt, can of spray paint and a skateboard. Oh, and a hoody if it’s cold.

  3. mikee says:

    I’d suggest the Mexican sorority girls wear yoga pants and bikini tops, and blond wigs.

    But mostly the bikini tops.

    Or not, their choice.

  4. Tonic Dog says:

    One word: Jersey Shore.

  5. CarolyntheMommy says:


  6. CarolyntheMommy says:

    Jimmy you hung out at the wrong sorority, love.

  7. Son of Bob says:

    Aahh universities…the bastion of free thinking and free speech…umm, or not.

  8. CrustyB says:

    It’s not their fault. They were enraged because a Speedy Gonzales video insulted their prophet, Sylvester the Cat.

  9. Dohtimes says:

    Likely as not they are really in trouble for looking like free birth control might actually come in handy. (And having a sense of humor near an infestation of liberals.)

  10. Basil says:

    ~ for Crusty

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