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KeNDaLL2000

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#1 10 years ago

In school are you or where you that nerdy guy who got pushed around or the jocky guy doing the bullying Nerd - An 'individual', i.e. a person who does not conform to society's beliefs that all people should follow trends and do what their peers do. Often highly intelligent but socially rejected because of their obesssion with a given subject, usually computers. Unfortunately, nerds seem to have problems breeding, to the detriment of mankind as a whole.

Jock - To clear things up, there is a major difference between a jock and athletes. Jocks tend to abuse their popularity, while the athletes don't really mind who they talk to or hang out with.

'cheerleader" - A girl in who joins a cheer squad for school events for the purpose of raising school spririt. But fails. The individual cheerleader tends to be snobby, dyes her hair blonde for no apparent reason, drive needlessly expensive cars(and usually crash them a year later), strictly hang out with the sport jocks and other cheerleaders, and stereotypically a whore who wears almost no clothes outside of school.

Dweeb - An awkward, ineffectual person; specifically connotes physical inadequacy

Outcast - someone who doesn't belong in his main social area (work, school, the street) Has only a few friends, but usually doesn't really hang out with them. Someone who is told by his betters that he has wisdom beyond his years, but his peers make fun of him for it. He's a little insane, after all, humans are social creatures. But his heart is mature, calm and kind.

Neutral Kid - Someone who seems to get along with everybody. Has a few friends but seems to be the one who is out with everyone. If you where in a class and had to decide groups, this person would be your second choice

Emo Kids - A group of white, mostly middle-class well-off kids who find imperfections in there life and create a ridiculous, depressing melodrama around each one. They often take anti-depressants, even though the majority don't need them. They need to wake up and deal with life like everyone else instead of wallowing in their imaginary quagmire of torment.

Fan Boy/girl - A passionate fan of various elements of geek culture e.g. sci-fi, comics, Star Wars, video games, anime, hobbits, warhammer, but who lets his passion override social graces. Sometimes Dress as there favorite charictors

Rockers - people who listen to rock/metal/punk/emo/goth music and wear black and aren’t afraid to show who they are most of them are disliked by other people but they don’t let that change the way they are. Rockers are usually friends with other rockers and they usually dislike chavs and other people who aren’t like them.




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#2 10 years ago

I think I'm more of a neutral kid. I do have elements that tend to put me with "nerds", but I have friends beyond that group and I try to talk with others.

I personally do not like classifications like this since I've seen people who borrow elements from all the classes, but this provides for discussion.




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#3 10 years ago

[COLOR=Teal]I am a Neutral Kid. I play sports, I get along with all people, and I hang around with my group of friends. [/COLOR]




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#4 10 years ago

I'd say neutral. I have close friends who could belong to any of those other categories. I'm just very accessible.




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#5 10 years ago

We don't really have these subcultures to such an extent in Europe. I suppose you could say I'm a "neutral", but then, just about everyone I know at school is.




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#6 10 years ago

I never noticed these categories in school. Sure, there were more and less popular people, but not this weird stuff.

I suppose I'd have been either a nerd or outcast if stuffed into that system, as I don't really know the difference I can't tell which.




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#7 10 years ago

I notice this everyday in school. The emo people hang out with emo people, the nerds hang out with the nerds, the jocks with the jocks etc etc. I sit at a lunch table that is mostly filled with people that play video games/athletes. I usually hang out with that group of people in and outside of school.




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#8 10 years ago

I picked Rockers




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#9 10 years ago

heh so its impossible to be yourself I suppose out from this thread?




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#10 10 years ago
L E M O N;4352451I notice this everyday in school. The emo people hang out with emo people, the nerds hang out with the nerds, the jocks with the jocks etc etc. I sit at a lunch table that is mostly filled with people that play video games/athletes. I usually hang out with that group of people in and outside of school.

In my opinion, that stuff phases out once you get to High School, but it's different for everyone.