Top Ten Most Overrated Things in High SchoolRustyNail
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Yeah, it's great that you're oh so popular and everyone loves you now, but the sad truth is that the entire building will probably forget about you after you graduate, and that's also when popularity means nothing anymore. (Not that it ever did)
Stupid Hollywood capitalist culture promoting competition, just ignore it. It won't save you from the streets.
At the end of the day, who cares. People make big deal out of it. - RustyNail
Especially the girls, buying insanely expensive ( yet pretty,..not a jerk) dresses only to be worn once. - RustyNail
I plan to go in jeans and a t-shirt,then eat the entire buffet (If my cheap school actually provides one,which I highly doubt.)
It dominates every other sport - RustyNail
All it is a glorified popularity contest. I mean honestly..when was the last time you actually listened to what the canidates had the say? - RustyNail
Every guy in any sport in there, thinks its important and better than everything else. Oh you can squat 350 lbs? Cool, now put it to work. Go pick up 50-80 lbs square hay bales on a truck pulled wagon in 100 degree heat with no wind in July and stack them on top of each other and continuously get on and off the wagon and do that all afternoon. THEN, go To a barn and stack them in a near 50 ft high pyramid style in the corner and carry them up to the top in a near 125 degree roof. Lets see how strong you really are! - RustyNail
Can't we just focus on education so that we have a better future? Plus school has a lot of interesting things that spices up school life. Plus friendship with opposite sexes are not restricted to dating or love.
Anyway, these dates are just clones of Sweatshirt's music video, only the scene is outside of school. - MChkflaguard_Yt
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