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Rebbeca Martinson, the University of Maryland student who gained web notoriety after her insane sorority e-mail went viral, now has an advice column.

And why shouldn't she? If there's anyone who knows how to administer tough love or lay the smack down on BroBible readers when needed, it's R-Mart.

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In her first effort, Rebecca Martinson offers some advice to female readers about how to get a guy you meet at the bar to text you the following day.

Yes, she deploys the CAPS LOCK. And begins with the observation that "to most drunk guys a wet hole is a wet hole." Becks always cuts to the chase.

Below are excerpts from Martinson's official bro texting guide ...

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The resignation of Rebecca Martinson from her Maryland sorority may have been less of a resignation and more of a directive by the chapter, sources say.

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The author of that hilariously, offensively, head-scratchingly insane sorority girl email left Delta Gamma this week amid the controversy she created.

Sources close to the situation say Rebecca's “resignation” came only after it was made clear that she could not stay, and would be booted imminently.

“There was no way, just no way, they were letting her stay,” a UMD insider said of behind-the-scenes talks between DG sorority decision makers.

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Rebecca Martinson, author of the insane sorority girl email that went viral last week and helped popularize the phrase "c--t punt," has resigned.

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The University of Maryland Delta Gamma exec board member, who unloaded on her fellow sisters over their Greek Week failings, is no longer a member.

Delta Gamma posted on its Facebook wall yesterday that "the tone and content of the email was highly inappropriate and unacceptable by any standard."

The note regarding Martinson's exit said:

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A Barbie doll reading Rebecca Martinson's absolutely insane Delta Gamma sorority email that went viral last week? Pretty much speaks for itself, doesn't it?

Yes. But it's still hilarious.

While not quite equaling the gravitas of Michael Shannon's reenactment of the screed, YouTube's Most Popular Girls In School show had Barbie read the thing.

The result is fairly freaking amazing.

There's nothing quite like watching a smiling, innocent-looking Barbie berate her fellow sisters whilst saying "double f**king newsflash" or "c*nt punt."

Handjobs and salutations to all.

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When an insane sorority girl email from a University of Maryland student to her Delta Gamma sisters leaked online, people were stunned. Appalled.

Shocked. Falling over laughing. So many emotions.

Whatever you made of her strongly-worded expletive-ridden rant, it clearly required a spoke-word reading by a performer with gravitas. Enter Michael Shannon.

Watch below as the thespian (Boardwalk Empire, Take Shelter, Revolutionary Road) and his commanding presence bring the email to life for Funny or Die:

While the text of the email posted by THG initially listed the author's name as Julia, she was later revealed as Rebecca Martinson. Well played, Rebecca.

Now please see the UMD Counseling office.

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A University of Maryland sorority girl recently penned an email to her (apparently underperforming) fellow Delta Gamma sisters that defies comprehension.

Sometimes, when sorority girls are "LITERALLY being so fucking AWKWARD" or "so f--king BORING" or a "g-ddamn c-ck block for the chapter," well ...

You gots to lay the smack down. Hard.

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The expletive-laden and CAPS LOCK-ridden email tirade, sent to the entire sorority chapter, is an all-timer. Hilarious, sad, scary, even offensive.

What prompted this? Evidently, the girls' inability to participate in Greek Week activities with fraternity Sigma Nu to the satisfaction of the board.

Their shortcomings? You're going to have to read for yourself, as an executive board member of the sorority (allegedly pictured above) let them have it.

UPDATE: The author, Rebecca Martinson, has since resigned. Her first name was initially changed in the version of the email that circulated below.

Read her entire email after the jump:

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