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Almost all high school students smart or stupid active or non-active will be divided into one of three categories Stupids those that never study and nearly always fail Nerds those that study continuously and always have a perfect grade and Smarties those that study a lot and always get a good grade Nearly everyone wishes that they could be as intelligent as a Nerd is but have as much fun as a Stupid does In a way everyone wishes that they were a Smartie because they are able to have fun on the weekends and still are able to get a good grade on the test the next Monday Being a Smartie a student that is a Nerd and a Stupid at the same time is the best type of student to be Stupids are named for being too stupid to even try to do well in school not because they are actually stupid although some are Hardly showing up to their classes they still pass each grade They never study and never do homework yet somehow they still manage to make it to graduation If they werent too busy having fun by playing pranks on Nerds starting food fights or doing who knows what while ditching school than they probably would be able to receive a higher letter grade than F on at least one assignment Even when they are assigned to work in a group the Stupids still manage to get a failing grade Dont they know that if a person in a group pretends to do some work that the person still gets a passing grade Why cant the Stupids figure this out Maybe they spend too much time in the library cramming for all their college prep classes Yeah right A Stupid wouldnt be caught dead in a library let alone a prep class After all a library is for those who know what a book is and a Stupid never
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