Sorority Girl Email Rant Inspires Hilarious Mockery [Videos]
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Sorority Girl Email Rant Inspires Hilarious Mockery [Videos]

These sorority girl email videos might be the funniest thing you’ve seen all week. But for the love of all the holy smoke in Rome, do not — I repeat, do not — click on these videos below if you’re offended by strong language that might frighten off obscenity-spewing anchor-for-a-day A. J. Clemente himself.

It’s actually rather difficult to describe the impressively obscene email, which was sent by an enraged University of Maryland Delta Gamma sorority member to her socially awkward sisters after they failed to win the popularity game at Greek Week.

She drops the f-bomb more frequently than an Irish chef, and she doesn’t hesitate to inform “you stupid c***s” that if they don’t get some social game, she’s going to come over there and punch them in…well…a very personal place.

So these videos are in no way, shape, or form to be considered safe for work. And if you’re the namby-pamby sort who’s jolted by the Barbara Bush comment about somebody being a witch-with-a-b, then you’re not going to like this young lady’s language any better.

She doesn’t hold anything back.

Once the email got loose into the wild, it sparked both outrage and mockery — with some of the best readings in the two videos below. Because, really, all you have to do is read the obscene email to crack up laughing.

To be fair, I should also mention that the Delta Gamma sorority has since dropped this the member from their rolls. According to a tense little post on their Facebook page:

“Delta Gamma has accepted the resignation of one of its members whose email relating to a social event has been widely distributed and publicized through social media and traditional media channels.

The tone and content of the email was highly inappropriate and unacceptable by any standard…We now consider this matter closed.”

Sounds like a tense bunch to me, so maybe they were never a good fit in the first place for the outspoken young lady.

Here’s Funny or Die‘s Michael Shannon’s dramatic reading of the sorority girl email:

But why not get a dramatic reading of the email from a real college-age girl? Check out this version from You Tuber Kristen Quintrall:

Would you hang out with the writer of the sorority girl email?

[embarrassed blonde model photo by Mariusz Szachowski via Shutterstock.]

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