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paying for friends; joining a fraternity or sorority; by joining greek life people will stereotype you correctly based on your letter and where you will have no individual identity
Greek life sucks, why should you pay for your friends when you can just pay for your alcohol and drink with your friends?
by GDindependent February 12, 2012
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You cannot change what you are.

Very strong sense of identity and pride. Sense of belonging to something great. Passion.

Being born Greek is a blessing. No Greek would want to be anything else. Ever.

(Unlike many other cultures who convert to Judaism or whatever, you will never hear of a Greek converting to anything else. But you will see many people, including Jews, wishing they were Greek).
Tasso is "Greek for life". He was born Greek, he will die Greek.
by hahahahahahahahahaha January 15, 2008
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You were in a fraternity or sorority so the hazing and occultism has left you unable to grow beyond that. The three core values of

giving everything to your social group,

being sleazy, and

never having to earn anything

will never leave you. "Greek for life" is a heavily masked call for help.
What they will say: My mates and I are all Greek for life, you can't sit with us.
Subtext: I hate 6 out of 8 of these overgrown babies but am not confident enough to sit with anyone else.
by 123someone December 3, 2021
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Strange fellow with a rectal obsession. He is ugly and smelly and he will probably go to hell some day.
I spoke to Greek For Life the other day and he is still ugly and smelly, I almost feel sorry for him.
by G.F.L February 21, 2003
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A smelly drunken greek who thinks hes great because he hangs around in emulation forums.

But he is really a Geek for life.
Greek for life: "I'm so great because i havn't bathed in 4 years!"

Greek for life: " hey guys i'm so great because i was raped when i went to jail last night!"
by The incredible edible egg April 12, 2004
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