Anyone wanna know the real "Social Levels" of middle school?

I'm a middle schooler. I'll show u the way: This is from "Awesome to Lame", so buckle in! POPULARS ----------------- Coolest, prettiest, funniest kids in school. Everyone either loves or hates them, theres no in between. Most of them have sickning personalitys to certain people. They mix well with other populars, The Jocks, and the People they want to be popular with them but won't. Most of them are skinny with little b00bs. Some are very nice to everyone. They all smile... Fakely... ALOT! Cool Kids ---------------- These are the kids the populars want to be popular, but these kids just don't really care. Normally, its THESE kids who are actually the prettiest. They usually have stunning personalities, some sort of loveable trait, and while 1 or 2 may be a lil bee-yatchy, most of them ROCK! Jocks and Cheerleaders ------------------------------- These are the braindead athletic junkies. The girls are all on 700 calories a day diets and the guys all work out 24/7. Not exactly the fav group, but i guess people just admire there physical traits, and not the mental traits NONE of them seem to have. Some cheerleaders are actually SUPER nice and smart, and so are some jocks, but they end up with the Cools or the Populars. Not here. The Popular-Wannabes ----------------------------- They copy EVERYTHING the populars do, are DESPERATE for attention, and generally are the populars "Ladies-In-Waiting." There like The Help, and ur not supposed to speak to ur help. They are a lil messed up in there noggin and have the illusion that everyone LOVES them. Psh. Yah. Suuuurrrre! Emo Kids ---------------- Really self explanitory. The Non-Existents ------------------------ The people NO ONE knows, the seemingly invisable entity. Normally "Lone Wolfs". They may be decent, but they would be ideal spies cuz they blend in so well! The nerds -------------- Everyone HATES them ecxept other nerds and MAYBE a wannabe-down. They like RolePlaying and its just weird!

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This is what each of the social classes will be doing in about 20 years... More
Answered By: Brian K - 12/5/2011
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interesting theory
Answered By: Morgan Keebler - 12/5/2011
Cool breakdown. Emo Kids didn't exist when I was a in school. You are right, no one likes nerds, but there is a intelligent class, geeks, who are smart and cool. And roleplayers are not nerds, sometimes they are geeks, but mostly they are dorks.
Answered By: Tasm - 12/5/2011
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