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  • Oly

    I agree, it is pretty riudcilous the lengths people go to just to fit in and appear normal. I’ve always made a point to myself to remain independent never do anything because THEY want me to. Honestly, though, ignore those idiots. I’m always criticized for refusing to conform to common desires, beliefs, and activities done by High Schoolers. People in High School will always be immature jerkoffs and no amount of reason or logic will sway them any other way. I decided that after my first year. I got together my own group of friends, all of whom equally did not give a crap about trivial HS norms, and we just hangout. It works out pretty well. OF course, this is no reason to close your mind to joining activities that are seemingly pointless. I joined a sports team my past semester, and I had no idea I would enjoy myself as much as I did. Good luck with the rest of your HS career.

  • Suneel

    Dont worry about none of it really mratets once you graduate. You’ll see at you ten year reunion. Keep your head in the game and you’ll will be alright. Dittzy girls will just end will 3 kids by 3 different baby daddies, the people that cheated on exams will try to cheat through life and end up working for you, Sports jock will end up working a regular job just like everybody else, the drug users you will never hear from again, music will always be there, skating will go out of style, soon as the get a job unless they’re true to it, clothes will change once they get bills and the popular ones usually loose everything that made them so popular. God I love class reunions