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SigK_Bama 05-24-2006 12:38 PM

I saw an ad in a magazine I was reading - Woman's Day, Good Housekeeping, something like that - and it was for the Komen Foundation. It showed a group of walkers all wearing their pink baseball caps, only one of which was in focus, with the letters ZTA prominently sewn on the side of the hats.

tld221 05-25-2006 04:04 PM

saw a girl with Kappa Alpha Theta letters across her @ss on her sweatpants on 6th Ave/11th st.

(kind of a pet peeve, but hey, wear your letters how you see fit).

also saw an older gentleman in the Union Square station with a TKE windbreaker jacket.

AGDem 05-25-2006 06:23 PM

I saw a car with an Omega Psi Phi licence plate holder yesterday.

ThetaSis2GPhiB 05-25-2006 08:42 PM


Originally posted by tld221
saw a girl with Kappa Alpha Theta letters across her @ss on her sweatpants on 6th Ave/11th st.

(kind of a pet peeve, but hey, wear your letters how you see fit).

I'm not a huge fan of this practice, but yes, to each his/her own. Also, I know it is in style and who am I to thwart someone from being at the cutting edge of fashion! ;)

txdiva 05-27-2006 06:25 PM

Greek plates I saw on the road from LA to GA:

Alpha Phi Alpha (6)
Kappa Alpha Psi
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Delta Sigma Theta (5)
Zeta Phi Beta (2)
Chi Omega
Kappa Delta
Phi Mu
Sigma Theta Kappa or Sigma Theta Chi

AGDem 05-28-2006 12:00 AM

I saw a car with a Phi Sigma Kappa window sticker today.

tnxbutterfly 05-28-2006 05:17 AM

Yesterday at Dillard's ,I saw, a llady with a Delta Sigma Theta shirt on and a girl that had a Rush Alpha Chi Omega shirt on. I know that guy that I'm crushing on is in a fraternity,but I'm not sure which one

sigmadiva 05-28-2006 07:35 AM

I was attending a conference at Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech) and I saw a small blue Toyota with a Gamma Phi Beta sticker across the back window.

mulattogyrl 05-28-2006 09:08 AM

I saw a man with a Phi Beta Sigma plate on his car. I was happy :). You don't see D9 in this area too often.

Tom Earp 05-28-2006 10:20 AM

Customer came in the store Sat. KAPsi Shirt on.

Fantastic Sam's next door and see AKA, APA, DSTheta plates on cars.

Have several Customers who are AGD, Tri Delta, a Sigma Pi, and a few others I cant remember.

Boodleboy322 05-28-2006 10:50 PM


Originally posted by ADPi Conniebama
OK I WOULD BE UPSET about that picture if I wasn't dying laughing and the e-mail really sets it off well.

Wow! That was too funny ADPi Conniebama! Did someone just randomly find that on the internet?

AGDLynn 05-28-2006 11:48 PM

Found out that Alpha Gam Stacy from WGa is the morning dj on Atl's 95.5.

Never listened to it before, guess I should, lol.


ETA..I listened..sorry I'm not into hip-hop.

Sister Havana 05-29-2006 12:32 AM

At the outlet mall today, we passed a car with an ADPi sticker and parked next to a car with a Chi Omega license plate holder.

polarpi 05-29-2006 12:42 AM

At the Ethnic Food Fair in Balboa Park today, I saw a girl wearing a Sigma Phi Epsilon philanthropy shirt (from this year's Philanthropy Week event at USD) - it looked like one of my advisees, but I didn't get a chance to make sure of it :p

Erik P Conard 05-29-2006 01:23 AM

decals, tags, etc
Way back when, in enema and warm milk land, it was almost
"de rigeur" to have greek letters on the right front (passenger side) and often mid-point on rear window. Letters only for one
who was a pledge, crest right above that when initiated, often
the college, too. At Emporia, we likely had 75 cars, Sig Ep same,
Phi Sig 20, Sig Tau 40, AKL 50 plus the five sororities. That's a
heckeva lot of recognition. At KU even more other than the Betas
who rejected any identification, even badges 'cept formal doins.
The decals disappeared, some states outlawed decals on was not until some what recently when sweat shirts and tee shirts became plentiful that we saw any GLO i.d.
Rarely do I see the windshield ones today. Saved me two tickets
for speeding (ll5 and 95) when stopped by a TKE cop.....
At any rate, wear yourself proud...

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