A short-lived society in and around the people's republic of Cambridge. The basis of this group was a common interest in socializing, specifically partying. As early as 2001 people of all races, faiths, genders and socio-economic backgrounds were being iniated into the glee club. Once iniated, one can never "leave" the glee club, although it is very easy to renounce and move on from. There were two ways to be iniated, which were:
1. To be iniated by a member of the glee club, fulfilling the oath and learning the handshake.
2. Exchanging bodily fluids with any glee club member.
(Because of iniation rule #2, it is uncertain how many glee club members there are on earth. It is theorized somewhere between 900-70,000 people are in the glee club without even knowing it.)
The tenets of the glee club were:
1. Party hard.
2. Party harder than you did the night before.
3. Party safe.
Drugs were not necessary for membership, although thoroughly encouraged. Super neato things like bitchin' parties, good drugs for cheap, a diverse knowledge and selection of drugs, and an uncanny ability to alienate other clique's were par for the course for glee club members. In 2004, the glee club disbanded due to a lack of leadership, funding for and direct supply of drugs, not to mention everyone in the glee club figured out just how stupid perpetually chilling with the same dirty-pothead associates was.
People stopped partying with the glee club when their ambitions turned away from excessive drug abuse and towards the opposite sex, or maybe sex in general.
Glee club members to this day claim it was a long-running joke, or a scheme to get high for free gone horribly wrong, and swear to never again allow a group of people to do so little for so long and stay high through it all.
Person B: 'Cuz we's the mother-fuckin' glee club.
#2 - The second rule of Glee Club is, you DO NOT talk about Glee Club.
#3 - If someone stops singing, goes limp, losses pitch, the song is over.
#4 -One group to a song
#5 - One song at a time.
#6 - No Jeans, no hats.
#7 - Songs will go on as long as they have to.
#8 - If this is your first night of Glee Club, you have to sing a solo