She is also a relatively good wife and proud mother of four crazy boys.She is the creator of The Mamalogues, Dramas from Real Mamas, a staged production of readings by women, which has sold-out audiences.
He can clean up a child who has had a butt explosion in his pants on a road trip with ease.
Or maybe it was the tattoo he sported with his Greek letters? I can rest assured knowing that he had his share of drunk emotional sorority girls, so when I have a complete melt down over my boss treating me like crap, he doesn’t seem fazed in the slightest.
He has been known to clean up a vomiting kid and their bed sheets with one hand.
He also knows how to throw one hell of a birthday party.
Let's take a moment to be thankful those days are (hopefully) over. Honed by semesters as the social chair or sorority delegate, he can enjoy an open bar without humiliating you, charm your weird aunt, and hit you with a devil-may-care smile at just the right times. He has stopped providing sagacious commentary such as "Bros before hoes," but in general....yeah, puts his guy friends before girls that have yet to hold significance in his life.
In the post-grad world, where everyone is either (A) desperate/engaged/married/procreating or (B) terrified of commitment, these male friendships are endearing. What i would personally do as the first step, is to talk to a professional who treats people with addiction and seek advice from them on what to do and what not to do.Walk into any locale filled with young professionals and adult beverages and you're sure to observe them: Why is the perpetual frat guy my favorite, you might ask?Because like that killer pair of stilettos you bought on an impulse, fraternity men get softer and more lovable with age. ) are always the dateable, but they are often the most fun.He values friendship almost as much as he does his family.Although you may not think irresponsibly drinking, shirtless men would be your first choice in a spouse, my husband is proof that they can experience a metamorphosis and become fantastic fathers and loyal husbands.There's something commendable about surviving the perils of adulthood relatively unscathed. This is not the guy that will want to go Dutch on the first date, if only out of respect for traditional etiquette. Only now, instead of waking up smelling like stale Natty Light, the perpetual frat boy has graduated to an age-appropriate understanding the finer aspects of liquid courage. You can often observe the grown-up fraternity man in his natural habitat (a bar, festival, sporting event, etc.) re-enacting many of his wild college antics, but with smarter decisions attached.