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    I didn't really have a stereotype. In elementary I was the "quiet kid". In middle school I was a student council karate kid I am in high school, but I am friends with quite a few people, and sort of a troublemaker. I'm not popular, but not unpopular, people just know me.

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    Try imagining Miley Cyrus being stuck in the Fifties, acting all Miley and trying to make others act Miley at first, then giving up on it because everybody is all Fifties and trying to act Fifties so people like her, then giving up on that and acting Miley again and hating on others because they're living in the Fifties.


    Can I just say that I think this sentence above totally sounds like some girl in high school wrote it? Just a thought. But yeah, I was like Miley Cyrus being a social outcast in the Fifties.
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    Autistic. And the kid who looked like Damian form The Omen.

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    OCD basket case and psychological wreck through most of high school, there's kind of a gap in memory between late middle-school and early to mid high-school.....hung out at the margins of the trench-coat mafia and the god-squad during relatively lucid moments.

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    Loner. Kinda. In that I had no real 'alliances' and kinda did what I felt like doing; but didn't have many close ties, either. No school spirit, no pep rallies, no prom, no real 'best friend.'

    But I prefer the term "lone wolf." That connotes less "depressed goth" and more "whoa look at that badass." Be empowered, loners

    In my most don't-give-a-fuck periods, I'd take extended lunch breaks to (a) smoke out back and/or (b) get familiar with one female classmate or another. I was almost always late to the class period that took place after lunch.

    I wasn't reactive toward anyone or anything, really; but I did despise the sense of entitlement that at least some of the football players' (and their entourages) felt they had.

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    the popular kids thought i was a weirdo, the bad kids thought i was a goodie two shoes, the nerds thought i was a heathen and a slut. i was actually a weirdo though

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickpea View Post
    the popular kids thought i was a weirdo, the bad kids thought i was a goodie two shoes, the nerds thought i was a heathen and a slut. i was actually a weirdo though
    and the popular kids were right! didn't see that one coming. i'm impressed.
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    I was quite boring in high school. (...Er, I guess I still am.) I think I was seen as a dork and a bit of loser socially, but I didn't really fit into a specific stereotype (nerd, queen bee, artsy kid, etc.) I was viewed as just the nice, quiet, sweet (but awkward) girl.

    I had (and still have) that 9-ish diffuse identity. I was a little bit of everything, and as a result was nothing special. I wasn't popular, but I wasn't a "weirdo" or particularly disliked. I was an extremely good student, but not a nerd or intellectual. I liked to draw and paint, but I wasn't passionate enough about it be a real artist.
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    Hmmmm. I mostly hung out with nerdier people, but not necessarily socially awkward people. Well, my friends weren't socially awkward, but the awkward ones often hung out with us because we were nice and still most definitely not "cool". But, I suppose I always had a couple friends on the fringes of the "cooler" more put together crowd. Most of my friends were older than me, which made senior year kind of lame. All but one or two of the people I hung out with regularly had graduated. Oh, and ALL of my friends were either in band, choir, or wrote for the school newspaper.
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    Drama nerd?

    I was big into theater in high school I was in every play and musical, and everyone else who was a thespian was my friend. There was a wide variety of people from different cliques who were in drama, so I hung out with a lot of different people ranging from cheerleaders to people who dressed in full goth getups.

    I was nerdy (very into academics and making good grades), into punk rock. I don't really know what that made me.
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