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Fantasy football for a college lecture class. Usually played to mitigate extreme boredom and/or anger at displays of self importance by fellow classmates.

Rules:
Draft one person for every ten in the class, plus one Greek and one hottie. You cannot draft yourself. You must draft during or after the first class.

Point system:
One point if during class:
- Your Greek wears their letters to class (shoes and bags not withstanding)
- Your hottie looks better than your opponent's hottie on that day. If consensus cannot be reached, an arbitrator will decide.

One point if any of your other players:
- Makes a pop culture reference
- Tells a personal story (+2 if the prof cannot fluidly transition out of the story)
- Extends the class period with a comment or question
- Quotes a statistic
- Gives a needless summary of other people’s comments
- Uses a word clearly from the SAT/GRE verbal section
- Sucks up to or approaches the professor before, during, or after class for any reason
- Wears clothing from an Ivy League
- Makes a comment the professor immediately dismisses, interrupts, or just lets linger in silence
- Does a crossword (+2 if they finish)
- Falls asleep in class

If one of your players says, verbatim and without qualifiers, "I was wrong", you automatically win.
This class is such a waste of time, but did you see my greek rock his letters?! And Chris's awkwardly unrelated personal anecdote is totally two points." "I know, my team really didn't bring their A game, but my hottie dominated yours with that tank top, so today wasn't a total loss for my fantasy classroom.
by patinaoflogic September 15, 2010