In case you're a GDI (that stands for "God Damn Independent"), Total Frat Move celebrates (usually) (sort of) the kind of behavior that separates members of college fraternities from the rest of humanity. The site regularly features user-submitted photos from across the country, including Colorado.
Check out our ten home-state favorites below, along with their original captions. They'll have you exclaiming, "TFM!"
Number 10: "Looks like I'll be drinking Gentlemen's Jack at home for the next 20 days. TFM." Number 9: "The fountain keg. TFM." Continue for keep counting down Total Frat Move's ten most "TFM" Colorado photos. Number 8: "Slam light. TFM." Number 7: "Life, liberty and the pursuit of frattiness. TFM." Continue for keep counting down Total Frat Move's ten most "TFM" Colorado photos. Number 6: "Actual question at trivia night. The category was 'Douchebag terms.' TFM." Number 5: "Breckenridge: Putting the American flag at the top of the mountain. TFM." Continue for keep counting down Total Frat Move's ten most "TFM" Colorado photos. Number 4: "America F YAH. TFM." Number 3: "She did good on Valentine's Day. TFM." Continue for keep counting down Total Frat Move's ten most "TFM" Colorado photos. Number 2: "The moment your pledge knows what's in store for him. TFM." Number 1: "Making the pledges be cheerleaders for the sorority football team you coach. TFM."
More from our Lists & Weirdness archive: "Photos: Top ten Texts From Last Night out of the 719."
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