There wasn't really a set bunch.....
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Popular kids - Were you one in high school? Why? watch
- 14-04-2011 15:05
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- 14-04-2011 15:08
I'm not really popular...my year's just split up into little groups.
"We play football and drink most weekends" lads.
And the "We like to party, wear fake tan and drink most weekends" girls.
This group tends to mix together, is the largest.
"We're not into that stupid ****" girls.
"The mixed group" which is where I am, we can't really be stereotyped, there's geeks, gamers, metal heads, rock chicks, sports fanatics...awfully diverse group really...we're just all buddies.
"OMGBFF4EVAZ" Group of 4 lassies that are never away from each other :P They're actually the ones I like the best :P
and then there's the group of quiet, just get on with it people.
- 14-04-2011 15:10
1) Good looking sporty lads
2) Good looking (sporty) girls
3) CCF enthusiasts
4) Not so good looking sporty girls
5) Underage Clubbers
6) The Asian Kid
7) The Rugby B teamers
8) The "I do not respond to shorthand versions of my name" guys
I fell into number 7 for a while, though I was never in the B team. I then graduated to number 5 with a brief period spent as number 6.Last edited by SteveCrain; 14-04-2011 at 15:12.
- 14-04-2011 15:15
I don't think I was popular, but I got along with everyone. So I guess I was neutral
- 14-04-2011 15:16
I knew heaps of people from loads of different schools, and was always friends with the popular people, but never like the queen bee or anything. I had a "party girl" sort of a reputation of going out a lot, drinking too much, taking more drugs than most other girls (but not more than the boys), and tbh being a bit slutty at times. I don't really know how it happened, I was just young and an idiot.
(Original post by ChopinNocturne)
- 14-04-2011 20:44
"Bit outside the 'popular' group but you still had your normal, stable group of friends".
This, definitely Although having said that I wouldn't call any of us normal!!
- 14-04-2011 20:49
I was the annoying one I think! I was Head Girl & Prefect, ran a choir, head of school council. Most of those I was voted for, so technically I was popular, but I wasn't one of those people who all wore the same sunglasses and made fun of others.
But none of it matters in the long run. The most important thing is to be yourself, that way you meet people who like you for who you are, and that's how you make the best friends.