Top Ten Reasons Why Trying to Be Popular Sucks
The Top Ten
As an adult you develop perspective on "popularity". Thankfully, it rarely exists outside of the public school system. Why? Mental maturity. Most people outgrow the desire to feel wanted by anyone who doesn't like them for who they are. Practically everyone maintains small, core groups of friends consisting of the people that one would actually want to care about them (and vise-versa). You don't need those 300+ Facebook-level "friends" to feel wanted and appreciated. Most people have fewer than 5 close "best" friends when they reach adulthood (1-2 is the norm). So just focus on them and not on all those "popular" kids who will either realize how superficial they are when they mature and change or live lonelier lives as a result of their underdeveloped maturity. - BKAllmighty
You'd only be forcing yourself to do it. Trying way too hard to be trendy won't make you popular and likeable at all. People are drawn to you for who you are deep down and your unique little quirks that set you apart from everybody else. - Entranced98
No doubt about that. Therefore, I stay away from the stereotypical notions of coolness 'because they aren't as interesting as I thought that they were.
And that causes you to have no privacy. Therefore, I gave up on being popular.
Take the movie mean girls 4 example - Koopaandcorgi
Yep drama and popularity are a perfect duo
Which is true of stereotypical athletes.
You become selfish and prideful of your own accord, technically speaking. - mattstat716
And it sucks - B0S5J4M3S
Yeah! - Sugarcubecorner
THat is dumb - B0S5J4M3S
true - BoyGenius234
Seems like it.
And it’s normally not in a good way - Randomator
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