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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Three Hundred and Fifty Fourth Question

What were your highschool years like?
Did you fall into a certain "category"
(ie: nerd, jock, prep, stoner, brain, outsider, etc.)?
Did you participate in any clubs, activities or organizations?

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12 Comments:

  • At 1:19 PM, Blogger danielle said…

    i like to call myself a "floater." i had a solid group of friends, but we all knew other people outside of us, either through sports, classes, or clubs. we weren't popular, and we weren't "at the bottom of the food chain." more like something in the middle. we came together at lunch, but were okay to go our separate ways from time to time. of course, it's possible the rest of the high schoolers saw us differently.

    i wasn't in any clubs - probably due to the fact that i had a long term boyfriend. i spent most of my free time with him, and my fellow "floaters."

     
  • At 5:04 PM, Blogger bjk said…

    nonentity....

     
  • At 6:39 PM, Blogger Mr. Incredulous said…

    I was "class clown."
    Though overall I enjoyed my high-school years, I didn't take my education seriously until mid-way through my Jr year; made honors every quarter after that.
    I was the soccer/basketball team mascot, in the choir, drama club and chess club.
    I was also the unofficial computer expert my Sr. year. My, how times have changed. Back then, everything was being written in BASIC and Pascal.

     
  • At 10:01 PM, Blogger Mind Sprite said…

    My high school years were pretty enjoyable, for the most part. I wasn't real popular or real unpopular, but had a lot of friends. I was in all the advanced classes, so hung out with a lot of the "brains".

    I was mostly involved in drama and choir, with some other clubs on the periphery. You could almost always find me prowling around the theater though. I really miss that, now that I think about it.

     
  • At 10:53 PM, Blogger Jen said…

    there were a group 7 or 8 of us, we hung out infront of the science building every morning... none of us popular... four of us graduated together, and still pretty much keep contact... the other ones of the group graduated 2 years after us, and i have had no contact with them since then... we were a pretty quiet group.

    Always,
    Jen

     
  • At 11:43 PM, Blogger Elizabeth Taylor said…

    Stoner. No clubs. Absolutely miserable. Hated high school with a burning passionate hatred the strength of a million fires. How's that? ;-)

     
  • At 11:51 PM, Blogger ConnieJane said…

    I had lots of friends and was always on the fringe of the popular crowd. Invited to the good parties and being included with the "in" crowd. I thought I was one of "them."

    It was a prepie high school and we all were.... except the "hoods." I was a cheerleader and involved in lots of school clubs and civic organizations including being a candy striper at a large city hospital in a neighboring city.

    Voted funniest girl in my senior class and always had a boyfriend.... feeling cosy and included... I was crushed when I found out many of those so called friends were two faced jerks and not really my friends after all. Long story but it was quite hurtful.

    It's been 38 years and it still bothers me.

     
  • At 2:22 AM, Blogger Fletch said…

    Just fun :o)

    Sex, Drugs and 'New Romantics' (Mixed in with a bit of heavy metal)...

    Loved school... Sure the teachers didn't love me though...

    Catagory... Ummm.... To Clever for his own good Trouble Maker :o) Hey, it was a laugh :o)

    Ciao Ciao

     
  • At 10:10 AM, Blogger Paul B said…

    I was in the artsy-phartsy crowd. I was on student council and an officer of that senior year. Clubs I was in...Amnesty International, Artisan (the literary magazine), and International Thespians (drama club).

     
  • At 2:50 PM, Blogger ThisGuy said…

    two different high schools;
    1. stoner/rocker guy
    2. jock/prep

    i know, big change from one school to the other. but hey, i was lucky, got a chance to start over.

     
  • At 6:50 PM, Blogger nancy =) said…

    i was a stoner brain outsider...way ahead of my time...broke records for tardiness and absenteeism...3 months shy of graduation my senior year i couldn;t stand another minute of it and i went down to the main office and signed myself out for good...the next day i took the exam for my ged and passed with flying colors...

    i was the kind of kid who only went to class on the day of the exam and would get an a+ on it while the kid who showed up to class every single day would get a c...it really pissed the teachers off, cuz they would have to pass me...

    ciao...

     
  • At 12:29 AM, Blogger Robert said…

    Loner.

     

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