The all important specs:
The basic Punster Punter Pattern- Using 3s, cast on 49, join in round by knitting last and first stitch together. Work in K2P2 ribbing for two colors, leg until long enough. The heel was a new one for me; instead of doing my usual stranded heel flap with a short row turn, I just turned the heel with short rows, sans flap. I usually put in a heel flap for reinforcement, but this is some serious tough yarn, rather twinish, but not in a bad way. I did the toe with my favorite Star Toe method, finishing with 8 st that I joined in a circle. Another first for me- I used (ahem, tried to use) a 12 inch circular but I got really frustrated with the titchy needles, because they made my hands hurt. I switched back to my favorite sock DPs (Fiddlesticks, 'cause they're so sharp, for the interested) and flew along. The yarn was Schoeller Stahl Big Print, a 100% superwash wool, of which I used 2 and a half skeins. The yarn did have the obnoxious habit of running out in the middle of a color, but was otherwise nice to work with, aside from being somewhat splitty.
Why "Frat Boy Socks?" Because they're Fraternal Twins, not indentical. Somebody stop me.