Clear enema tube -
Who’s got the lube?
Let’s have a frat party
Let’s have a frat party……..
Apparently, “Red Solo Cup” is not the party anthem of choice for students at the University of Tennessee’s Pi Kappa Alpha house. Ingesting your alcohol via a cup is SO two thousand-late ……………… “butt-chugging” is the new style.
Forget quarters, beer-pong, funeling or keg-stands……if you want to be the life of the party, you need a wine enema.
Officers early Saturday found several young men at the Pi Kappa Alpha house, 1820 Fraternity Park Drive, passed out in their rooms “and bags from wine boxes, some empty and some partially empty, strewn across the halls and rooms.”
Authorities think Alexander P. Broughton, 20, of Memphis, who had a blood-alcohol level thought to be “well over” 0.40 percent, ingested the alcohol by a method known as “butt chugging,” in which wine was inserted directly by a tube into his rectum for quick and potent absorption.
On Monday, Pi Kappa Alpha’s UT chapter was administratively suspended for 30 days by Pi Kappa Alpha International, pending a decision regarding its permanent status, according to a statement from UT spokeswoman Karen Ann Simsen.
I remember back in my college days, when strip quarters was the game to play and everyone wound up naked but me……those were the days, son! Holy shizouka, I’m glad I’m not a college kid today. WTF???? If I’m at a frat party and you wanna put something in my ass it had better be Ben-Wa balls and you’d better be damn cute, ’cause FUCK THAT SHIT.
What the hell is wrong with college kids these days?
Update - the young man’s father is QUITE perturbed that his son is being portrayed as some kind of homo-thrill deviant who gets his kicks sticking tubes up his ass and he wants people to stop it right now.
Okay, he doesn’t come right out and say that, but damn if he isn’t giving off that “goddammit my kid is no fag, he’s just an alcoholic!” vibe.
The elder Broughton declined to elaborate on what specific aspects of the police account are in dispute. He said his family is speaking to medical personnel, fraternity members, UT officials, and both the Knoxville and University of Tennessee police departments.
On Tuesday, Mark Broughton questioned why KPD released any information on the incident, “especially if they did not complete an investigation.
“My concern is the defamation of character that is occurring to my son. … I’m not saying the entire story is false — it’s not. But portions of it were significantly erroneous.”
The father added he’s not aware whether his son is likely to be cited for underage consumption or other offenses. He has taught the young man, however, to “take responsibility for his own actions,” and said that his son has agreed to speak with UTPD investigators.
Meanwhile, Mark Broughton said his family would release a public statement at the conclusion of their own investigation, which also may result in legal action.
“I’m certainly not ruling it out,” the father said. “But I want to follow the facts first.”