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Am I too good?

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    I go to school, have a small group of friends and go to parties, where I smoke and drink but thats the worst I do. I study, get good grades and have a few parties, usually every 2 weeks ish? My cousin tho is always in trouble at school, has been expelled and is now going to another school, is friends with older people, smokes and drinks everyday. I feel weird because my cousin is always in trouble and drama with her parents, the school, etc. and my mum always tells me about it and I get jealous? I know it makes no sense but I feel like I am being 'too well behaved' as I am never in trouble with anyone. Also she's like 13 and I am 17, I feel lame and old. But I have never done the sort of things she does at that age anyway. I know I should feel good because in the long run I will probably get a better job, etc. But I just feel like I am a loser.
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    Why would you want to be in trouble all the time?!
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    (Original post by chloedelrey)
    Why would you want to be in trouble all the time?!
    I don't its hard to explain. I just feel boring because her life is so full of drama and mine is just me being good all the time, idk.
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    If you think you're too good you'd think I was a bloody saint. I have never been to a proper party

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    Mate you don't want drama in your life, trust. It's a real drag.
 
 
 
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