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That kids a dork All he ever does is homework He doesnt even get drunk These are one of the many stereotypical statements that are constantly being made among teenagers of various age groups Why is it that the kids who get good grades who dont play sports or do not drink and do drugs are always considered dorks or nerds It seems as if these types of individuals do not fit in with the in-crowd or the popular groups What qualities does a certain individual need to have to fit in and what qualities do they lack which makes them not Many people struggle and do things that they normally wouldnt do to be accepted into the in-crowd while others dont seem to mind at all and are perfectly happy with their social status There are several small aspects that separate the in-group from the out-group and vice versa Popularity was determined by only few factors at the high school in which I graduated from The popular kids were either those that partied those that did drugs and those who played sports The individuals who were not into any of these activities simply were not popular They were not all necessarily looked down upon by the popular people but they certainly were not welcome in the clique Some of them were acquaintances with the popular people but most of them were not good enough to be hanging around with the in-group The people that were looked down upon and constantly picked on and harassed by the popular people were the nerds and the dorks The popular people at my school considered themselves to be superior to every one else in the school They had a tendency to be arrogant and self centered Many of them did drugs partied and got into a lot of trouble with the law It always seemed as if they had they had to prove something to other people
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