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    Kind of varied through secondary school. Mainly just middle, but in year 9/10 I was friends with 'popular' people - but they all seemed to hate each other and ***** a lot, so I soon found some real friends again
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    i was never popular but i had a small band of friends
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    I was popular with people in year below and above me but for some reason not in my own year, hell I even had tonnes of friends in different schools (live on an Island so everyone sort of knows each other somehow) I got the impression most people in my year thought I was really weird so didn't bother to talk to me.

    People used to make fun of me for being camp, and oddly enough that was before I even knew I was bisexual (thought definitely more on the gay side idk my sexuality still confuses me) and when I actually did come out people began to treat me with more respect? Apart from the odd ****. Maybe they felt I was trying to be something I wasn't?

    Mainly hung around with the alternative crowd. High School was more fun being the underdog anyway p
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    (Original post by EagertoPlease)
    I was popular with people in year below and above me but for some reason not in my own year, hell I even had tonnes of friends in different schools (live on an Island so everyone sort of knows each other somehow) I got the impression most people in my year thought I was really weird so didn't bother to talk to me.

    People used to make fun of me for being camp, and oddly enough that was before I even knew I was bisexual (thought definitely more on the gay side idk my sexuality still confuses me) and when I actually did come out people began to treat me with more respect? Apart from the odd ****. Maybe they felt I was trying to be something I wasn't?

    Mainly hung around with the alternative crowd. High School was more fun being the underdog anyway p
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    I was in the middle I'd say
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    I wasn't popular or unpopular. It didn't matter, the people in my school were idiots
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    lol its tsr. Obviously nobody on here was popular at school, except me.
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    Not really

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    No. In my school popularity doesn't come with being attractive or funny, but willingness to smoke and do drugs. So no thanks.
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    (Original post by RFowler)
    Where do you live?
    Did live in the Isle of Man, we have no universities though hahaha
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    (Original post by Swanbow)
    I went from being somewhat a loner to part of the popular crowd. I think people started to get my humour a bit more as we got older.
    Ditto.
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    I was fairly popular in secondary school, I have no idea how though.
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    (Original post by Cormac Easton)
    Why are you getting upset with me?

    There have been what 5 posts in this thread? Calm down. I can tell you won't popular you're so anal.
    I can tell from the lack of punctuation, nonsensical discourse structure and the idiotic 'I did nothing wrong' response that you are either a troll trying to rile up the crowd or a flid who was dropped on their head as a baby.

    Either option is possible, it could even be a combination of them both.
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    I was quite reserved from nursery to year 2 then from year 3 to year 6 I kinda broke out of my shell and mixed with a lot of people and got called a tomboy because I was quite boyish. From year 7-8 I was quiet and stayed within my group then from year 9-11 I really broke out and became very outspoken and active in lessons. I'd say most people know me because I perform and run clubs at school and it helps to make conversations and smile a lot
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    (Original post by Whoremaster)
    I can tell from the lack of punctuation, nonsensical discourse structure and the idiotic 'I did nothing wrong' response that you are either a troll trying to rile up the crowd or a flid who was dropped on their head as a baby.

    Either option is possible, it could even be a combination of them both.

    Judging by your name obviously you were popular with the boys.
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    I'm fairly popular now at uni, but I definitely wasn't in Years 7 to 9. I was the one it seemed cool to pick on (top of the year, studious, quiet, polite, into nature, hated make up and fashion, really bad acne... I even got picked on for having thick, wavy hair once!). After it stopped in Year 10, I became sort-of popular, but I still haven't changed. I'm just more confident and unafraid to be me.
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    (Original post by Cormac Easton)
    Judging by your name obviously you were popular with the boys.
    I shall take it that you were dropped on the head as a child, as why else would you make such an obvious point?

    But true. My days in high school earned me much money. I charged by the hour and my prices were extortionate.
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    Sure.. :smug:

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    ..about as popular as a lingering fart, sponsored by Heinz ™ egg-mayonnaise sandwich, on a crowded minibus :woo:
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    Neither popular nor unpopular
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    Lol no. By A2s Year 7s harassed me on the way home. Then I was invisible at uni. Beta FAs gonna beta
 
 
 
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