ever hate her
ever had that girl in your class who acts like the world revovles around her tell me on this blog
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No. Most of the "popular" girls that I went to school with were pretty down-to-earth. I think the main reason why they were popular was because they were nice to everyone. They may not have talked to everyone but they didn't go around snubbing people or go out of their way to be mean or avoid someone.
In the lower grade I had a group of girls who tormented me I couldn't stand them cause they were so mean. But as we grew up in the last 2 years of highschool they mellowed out. My senior year we were all to caught up in our futures to bother with others and got along swimmingly
There are always going to be girls who are really conceited, but all it takes is them getting put in their place to make them cut it out.
The best option is to just ignore them. When you give them any kind of attention, they win because that's what they're after.
thanks for the advice monika
To be honest, I think that IS most High School students. It's hard *not* to think the world revolves around you. I certainly was more absorbed in my own life than anyone else.
For those girls who are explicitly mean, I agree with Monika. Ignore them, and focus on your own interests/friends. Why allow someone who is mean to you to interact with you?
I think every class has one of those, they are really obnoxious. I am very shy, so it's easy for me to ignore them, and sometimes it pisses them off when I tell them to leave me alone, as if they are actually shocked that I dislike their behaviour, LOL!
Although I do hope they grow out of it and become nicer people. I never wish harm upon them.
Karma's a bitch.
I remember bumping into "Miss Popular" years after highschool and the years had not been kind. The outside matches the ugly inside now
ahahah Yeah I've had girls like that in high school with me.
We had the batch of "mean girls" I guess you could say - they were about 7 girls I believe.. All I know now - is that 5 of them are single moms and not in college now and we've only been out of highschool for 4 years.
I can't speak for everyone but karma really does happen.
I was always an oddball, and stuck out like a sore thumb in secondary school and I suppose was an easy target.
In fairness it's never bothered me about what people say, after all, I live my life the way I best see fit.
I had various groups trying their luck and doing their upmost to make me feel rubbish for the whole 5 years I was at school.
The sad fact is, there are plenty of those girls who really believe they are better than anyone-what they will find out is plain and simply they are not nor ever will be.
It sounds harsh but the fact is they play such a small part in the whole scheme of things and one day they will quickly realise they aren't the center of attention.
Most of it stems from needing to feed thier own insecurities so they mask it by bullying others.
It's an ugly side to human nature but there will always be alot of damaged people who would rather belittle others than accept their own problems.
Anywho, since leaving school I have in come across near enough every bully and they certainly aren't laughing now.
I remember telling a girl once that one day her looks will fade and she will be seen for the ugly person she is inside-and damn it I was right. Most have turned into druggies, alchoholics-prositues and worse.
I like karma and personally live by this saying "ever mind the rule of three what goes out comes back to thee."
And it works lol.
My advice to younger members is live your life as you want to and just ignore the people who try bring you down.
They are simply small hurdles on the road to success.
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