Being 21 is awesome. Seriously. Like as soon as you cross the threshold it’s like you can’t remember your life when you weren’t able to walk into a restaurant and order a glass of wine. It takes years to recover from the fear that wipes over you when you’re drunk and see a cop, but when you finally do, it feels absurd that what you’re doing was ever not allowed. But before that birthday comes and goes, you’ve got to fight for your right to party — a fight you will lose every time if your opponent is the law.
Four Phi Psis at LSU were just your average bunch of underage college students. Weeks after most spring breakers returned home, the boys road tripped to Gulf Shores to try to have a good time. Unsure if their IDs would be accepted anywhere at their SB destination, the boys came prepared with just enough alcohol to party — a mere 1,800 beers, eight liquor bottles, and five boxes of wine. They had to attach a TRAILER to the truck to transport it all. Frat.
These guys sound like the types of MFers that you want to party with. Nearly 2,000 beers for four dudes? These guys definitely pull. And because they know how to plan, they have something for the honies to drink as well.
Unfortunately, the spring break glory came to a crashing halt when a Mobile County Sheriff pulled the guys over for an expired tag. They then searched the car — no mention was made on what grounds — and found that the boys were toting what enough alcohol to make their mothers weep. The booze was confiscated, the kids were issued MIPs, and the Mobile County Sheriff’s office had a big rager that night. Probably..