Title has nothing to do with anything, it was just a cute little name I thought up for a character.
But anyway, yesterday my school was visited by a writer, and I told her about this little blog, when she asked us all if we wrote outside of school. She said it was a really good idea, and now I don’t feel so “I hate this blog, no one ever visits it anyway”. Even though no one reads this, I still love sharing my feelings to the world. It’s kinda therapeutic.
A couple of days ago, I was outside (gasp!?!) with Monika. We were just talking about random things, really, and we came to the subject of popular people. For some reason, we both thought around the same things about who was popular and who wasn’t. The whole little popular clique in our class was outside, just pissing around near the bench where Monika and I were. We began talking about them, and agreed that they were manipulative little *witches*. When one of them came to talk to us (Miss I-Got-A-Sports-Scholarship-And-Am-In-The-A-Team), we kept anything we said short. We know to be wary.
I wouldn’t consider myself popular. Not at all. I’m definitely not the most unpopular though. I’ve got my little group (I can’t name it without revealing a lot of my friends’ names) and we’re all pretty happy as we are. We don’t really belong to the hierarchy of popular-average-unpopular, since we’re not hated or anything like that. People come to us, not us to them. If they wanna join (like a couple of people have), they ask us. It feels pretty nice to be part of our little..well, how do I describe it? It’s more than a group of friends. We vow to stick together, for as long as we can, and we haven’t had many major arguments. Just little things. I’m not a loner.
Speaking about that particular day, there was a maths contest on that day. I couldn’t be bothered to enter, and felt pretty sick, so that’s why I was outside. However, Danni, Anka and some other people, including the class nerd (let’s call her Anais) went in. You can guess what happened. Danni and Anka were thrashed and left for dead, since Anais had gone into overdrive with ‘winning’. She even beat sixth formers, and probably annoyed everyone else. Everybody felt like crap, from illness or otherwise.