When Senator Chuck Schumer's not busy sipping on Coronas with well-coiffed constituents at Williamsburg picnic tables or eagerly jumpstarting Hillary 2016, he's probably down in D.C. hanging out with his "frat" brothers. That's because Schumer and several other pols all live in a "rundown frat house" when they're down there, eating cereal together, sharing bathrooms, and skimping on groceries. Below, CNN gives you a peak inside the glittering world of political slovenliness.

You may have heard of Schumer's Washington row house—the inspiration behind the new Netflix series Alpha Dogs—before, what with the NY Times having written at least six different pieces on it over the last 20 years, and acting like they were surprised every single time. Those pieces include, "For 4 Collegial Congressmen, Life Looks a Lot Like College," "Chuck's Place," and of course who could forget, "Taking Power, Sharing Cereal."

[h/t Gawker]