Apr 17, 2018

10 Fratboys in Bondage

When I was in high school, we used the term "fratboy" to refer to a boy who had wealthy parents and could sport  $20 haircuts, designer shirts in pastel colors, and his own car; plus was an athlete, a straight A student, president of the student council, and so on, and so on, perfect in every way, with a bright future of ivy-league college, skyscraper-and-business suit job, and house on a winding cul-de-sac.  He may or may not have belonged to an actual fraternity. 

When I was a sophomore in high school, the seniors kidnapped the valedictorian at Better-Dork high school and made him guest of honor at our graduation party.  I wasn't there, but I heard that there were a lot of cocks and balls rubbing against him.

I have a collection of photos of wealthy, elitist, snobbish fratboys getting their just desserts.  Here are some of my favorites.

1. Pants down.  What comes next?




2. Does this answer your question?




3. I love the Harry Potter glasses and look of apprehension. 






















4.  Fratboys often have wavy blond hair,  I don't know why.



















5. But there are fratboys of every race and religion.

More after the break





















6.  Looks like a fratboy I had a crush on in school.



















7. Resigned to his fate: he's going to miss the Debate Tournament.



















8.  But he'll be doing something far more interesting.















9.A good fratboy bondage photo leaves some of his clothing on, so you can see the designer labels.










10.  Better clear your calendar; this will take awhile.

See also: Fratboys in Bondage: The X-Rated Version

1 comment:

  1. We always called them bros. It's generally understood a bro can half-ass it because his daddy built a new tennis court or something equally trivial. Bros wouldn't even be a problem, but the networking that goes on in frats means you have to participate to get anywhere. But you can't participate AND keep your grades up AND maintain a part-time job.

    Also, autocorrect recommended "crucial" when I wrote "trivial". That makes me chuckle.

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