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What elements makes a "COOL" crowd?!

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    Just wanna know why some crowds become so popular others would do whatever it takes just to get noticed by this "cool" crowd. not being partial but it is mostly amongst girls.

    And what makes them popular?

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    The fact that they're attractive.
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    exclusivity i would say, and competitiveness, materialism, yada yada
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    Being attractive in a conventional way.
    Having money.
    Being popular with boys.
    Being sporty.
    Having parent who are willing to let you use your house for parties.
    Being allowed to go out late.

    That kind of thing I suppose.

    However the whole "cool crowd" thing, while being very much in evidence when in early and mid-teens fades out and is largely irrelevant by the time you reach sixth form.
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    Rich parents usually. But then of course you get the 'rebellious' cool crowd who are the opposite.
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    They're Eskimos.

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    Damn, someone got a cold joke in first.
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    (Original post by WillowSummers)
    They're Eskimos.


    Damn, someone got a cold joke in first.
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    (Original post by Historophilia)
    Being attractive in a conventional way.
    Having money.
    Being popular with boys.
    Being sporty.
    Having parent who are willing to let you use your house for parties.
    Being allowed to go out late.

    That kind of thing I suppose.

    However the whole "cool crowd" thing, while being very much in evidence when in early and mid-teens fades out and is largely irrelevant by the time you reach sixth form.
    Second this.
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    the biggest one I would say is just not caring, like you can go out and not give a crap about how other people think of you

    then yeah, it would be exclusivity, attractiveness, etc
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    (Original post by sugar-n-spice)
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    Being comfortable in your own skin.
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    There's honestly 3 types in my school literally.

    Kids who smoke and do drugs wearing whatever. (Usually are lazy & end up nowhere).

    Kids who wear Hollister, JW, Abercrombie and Superdry (I mean always wearing them and will judge you if you aren't wearing them, and you'd be seen as being inferior/poor), + drink every weekend.

    Kids people call "gimps". (People you don't associate with but you know are going to better than you).
    They're all cool in their own way imo :P

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