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The following is a multiple choice question posed on an exam conducted by Cambridge’s Faculty of Law. The exam left many students “horrified” at the language used:
So, that happened.
In what appears to be an obvious low blow at the ignorant, seedy public perception of fraternity culture, the writer of this question paints fraternity initiation as one heinous rite of passage, involving anal rape with a bottle, a surprise homosexual fake-out act, and — new to me — death by skin infection from pubic hair waxing.
Aside from the obvious ‘WTF’ factor going on here, what kind of sick bastard thinks up scenarios like this, not to mention coming from someone who is paid by a very esteemed, world-renowned university. You sick, sick sonofabitch.
My next reaction is this: that Sandra takes her role as president/pledge educator way too seriously, just getting all the new initiates hammered drunk and doing all kinds of fucked up, kinky shit to them. Chill out, Sandra. It’s just a drinking society, babe. That’s one cold-blooded bitch right there. Just taking hazing to the next level and then some. Brutal. And finally, that unfortunate bastard Richard got a raw deal, didn’t he? Poor guy. Should’ve gotten that infection checked out, bro.
But hey, at least Gilbert had a good time.
[via Daily Mail]
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