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By  gwenhwyfaer  |  0

A handy survival tip from two decades down the line: Pretty much everyone in high school is a sociopath. You just have to make it through, and things generally get better thereafter. Being really good at hiding can help; assuming everyone is out to get you unless they have a consistent record of proving otherwise is also good; knowing that the second you walk out of those gates for the last time you never have to see those fuckers again as long as you live can save your life in a pinch.

  Anonymiz  |  4

OP: Listen to gwenhwyfaer she is very wise and every word she typed is true.

I just have something to add: If you don't want your feelings hurt, don't make remarks that leave you open to replies like the one you received. Think first, then speak.

  fireandice27  |  0

Hiding may not be the best solution, sure, it's less painful but I sure couldn't hide who I was.... I just felt like I wasn't being true to myself.

But yeah, I agree - life gets better after school. I hated school and the people in it, but I love university! It's because I'm surrounded by like-minded people who enjoy the same things I do. If you don't go to uni, then whatever you end up doing you will be surrounded by people who chose to do the same thing you are doing, so chances are you will have loads in common :)

By  McFly187  |  0

Well you did kind of ask for it.

But if I were you I would of said, "Fuck You Bitch".
or at least a little something. Everybody already hates
you so what could it hurt? Besides the consequences from the teacher.
But yeah it would suck to pretty much know that everyone in your class hates you.

By  Intoxicunt  |  5

Whoever mimicked you obviously doesn't like you, so you're not going to make them feel bad by saying that. All you could possibly accomplish was embarrass yourself and look lame.
And like someone else said, everyone hates everyone in high school. Deal with it and move on.