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By  damn_all  |  22

What a bunch of ass wads. I hate how rude people can be these days

By  coldsteelstu  |  4

have you thought of why.

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By  damn_all  |  22

What a bunch of ass wads. I hate how rude people can be these days

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Don't be too quick to call them ass wads. OP could just be the biggest shithead in the school who never does any work. and school just started so I doubt he's done anything drastic yet.

By  coldsteelstu  |  4

have you thought of why.

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  hawkislayer  |  1

I'm going to throw out a guess and say nobody likes the smelly kid.

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  adamo_erebus  |  25

#2's comment sounds rude, but it could be true. I know a few people whom a lot of people don't like, simply because they're unpleasant people for one reason or another. I obviously don't know the OP personally, and maybe the people on his table were just rude, but yeah, some people are disliked because they're just unpleasant to be around.

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  CharresBarkrey  |  15

Not sure why 11 is getting thumbed down so much, because she's right. I went to high school in a pretty wealthy area, and I knew a few people who were ostracized simply because their family couldn't afford new clothes so they wore clothes with holes in them. No one even bothered getting to know them

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  metalhead4740  |  14

My neighborhood school is in the rich part of town while I'm from the poor side of town, and people like to judge for stupid reasons like "he isn't into the latest fad that will be phased out in two weeks" or "he can't afford a motherfucking $50 t-shirt". I feel your pain OP

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  skyeyez9  |  23

I lived in a wealthy part of town when I lived in Colorado. My daughter went to a private school in a nice part of town. From my perspective, its the PARENTS of the kids who were the snobby ones....usually the stay at home women married to businessmen or doctors. The wealthy women who also worked for a living were the down to earth, nice to be around ones.

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  TheDrifter  |  23

Odd, I found the opposite. The stay at home moms were more down to earth, the career women who hired a live in nanny to raise their kids were the totally disconnected from reality ones. Nobody talked to me either, because I'd done some time in the young offenders center, so I just ran with it, one horrified look is worth a dozen meaningless conversations.

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  skyeyez9  |  23

Probably different with every town I guess. The stay at home moms had nothing better to do where I lived except form cliques, gossip, go shopping and brag about the next triathlon they were traveling to compete in. They all dressed alike: capri pants or designer jeans folded at the end, big black sunglasses, big hat (on days they had chemical peels done.) The rich working moms were nice.

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  skyeyez9  |  23

Funny thing was they would eat a muffin or something. Then I'd see them at the country club about killing themselves in the spinning, yoga classes or swimming endless laps to burn off the muffin calories.

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  TheDrifter  |  23

They do the same here, but in different fashion and the cliques are all stay at home moms. The career women are the same, but with a very arrogant "you people are beneath me" attitude and streaming verbal diarrhea about how "in mama's day, the help knew their place, you just can't find good help anymore". Nouveau riche aristocrat wannabes, far more annoying to me than gossipy yuppies.

By  150493x  |  29

Maybe one day you'll be their boss and you can make their life hell like they have with you.

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  UberNova  |  18

People today are using such powerful words in pathetic scenarios, how was OP's life made "hell"? They probably moved because OP is the rude one or he is bad/lazy with schoolwork.

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  150493x  |  29

It was just a suggestion. I'm just going on how I see it. Maybe OP was the one to blame, but then again maybe not. It would be good if we could get a follow up to find out.

By  Kalipczo  |  21

That's pretty rude, but maybe there's a reason behind why they did it? Are you the type of student who pushes all the work onto others when it comes to groups? If so I understand why they did that, I hate those kind of people. :3

By  Vedarshi  |  11

@OP I know how that feels dude. Just don't mind them, people can be really rude at times. But really, at the same time you must try to figure out why they hate you. I did, and corrected myself. Good luck! :-)

By  kwyk  |  23

Perfection is intimidating

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  vipirius  |  18

Because he's implying that OP is perfect when we know next to nothing about him. He could be a lazy swag yolo douche that never works in groups and takes credit for others work. In that case it's perfectly understandable that they left like that.

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  kwyk  |  23

Only a narcissist could believe they're perfect, which would explain why no one wants to be with him... but unless he believes it, my comment sounds like one of those ridiculous comments parents say to cheer you up :D

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  ManiacsRose  |  10

I thought it was because OP is a perfectionist. Unless there were only two people on the project (including op) why would they all leave? I would rather work with two people, one of them doing nothing than work with one person who controls every detail.

By  darwinism  |  29

Play with the bastards. If they moved to seperate tables, juts get up on a chair and point at each table singing "eeny, meeny, miny, moe...." just to play with their heads.

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