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Old 06-26-2011, 08:28 PM
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Can I be Lavaliered?

So my boyfriend of 2 years wants to lavalier me. The problem is he lavaliered a different girl 3 years ago (obviously it didn't work out). I don't even know if this is allowed or not? Can you lavalier two different girls while you are in college? Anyone have any idea? He is a Sigma Chi.

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Old 06-26-2011, 08:39 PM
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So my boyfriend of 2 years wants to lavalier me. The problem is he lavaliered a different girl 3 years ago (obviously it didn't work out). I don't even know if this is allowed or not? Can you lavalier two different girls while you are in college? Anyone have any idea? He is a Sigma Chi.

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If HE wants to lavaliere you, he should talk to his chapter. Lavaliering rules/traditions vary by school/fraternity/chapter.

Random sidenote: Why would you want to be laveliered by someone who just lavaliered someone else? He's handing them out like candy and you'll probably break up.

Other random comment: I'd rather have a David Yurman bracelet after 2 years.

Just saying. kbye.
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Old 06-26-2011, 09:15 PM
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thank you for your response.
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Old 06-26-2011, 09:28 PM
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Random sidenote: Why would you want to be laveliered by someone who just lavaliered someone else? He's handing them out like candy and you'll probably break up.

Other random comment: I'd rather have a David Yurman bracelet after 2 years.

Just saying. kbye.
LOL.

So true.
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Old 06-26-2011, 10:04 PM
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If he was lavaliered 3 years ago, wouldn't he be a senior or already graduated? Is he on the 5 year plan or something?

If he's graduated, I would think he could pony up the $$ for some other piece of jewelry. Alums usually don't lavalier.
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Old 06-27-2011, 12:45 AM
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He might have lavaliered someone during his freshman year (high school sweetheart perhaps?) ... then they broke up, and now he's serious about ADIPirate and wants to lavalier her. Relationships that start in high school don't often stand the test of time, particularly if they become LDRs - one of them is a freshman in a college in city X, while the other is a freshman in a college in city Y, or is still in high school back home in city Z.

Or he might be on the 5-year program, as you suggest, 33girl. There's not necessarily anything wrong with that. I did a 5-year program where I earned both a bachelor's and a master's degree. One of my sorority sisters did an extra semester because she switched majors. Some people have to do an extra year because they switch majors or decide to double major, or because they transfer and not all their credits from their old school transfer to the new one. (Then again, there are the people who major in partying, and end up saying, "Seven years of college, down the drain.")

Bottom line, ADIPirate, your boyfriend needs to check with his fraternity brothers as to whether he is allowed to lavalier you after having lavaliered someone else
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Old 06-27-2011, 12:54 AM
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(Then again, there are the people who major in partying, and end up saying, "Seven years of college, down the drain.")
That's the 5 year plan I was talking about. Sorry, different colloquialisms for every school
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