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Sitting in the cafeteria there is a group of rare group of females The girls sitting at the table slide out their chairs and all get up at the same time Not venturing more than two feet from each other they walk toward door The four of them travel in perfect formation one inthe front the leader two behind walking next to each other who are her followers and one inback she is has been the most recent inductee who hasnt fully adapted to this unique behaviorof theirs Together they form a diamond As they approach the door they all squeeze into singlefile After they have completed going through the door they take a left The girls line up next toeach other linking arms taking up the entire hallway No one dares to get in their way A poorinnocent freshman girl walking in the opposite direction must quickly throw herself against the wall letting her superiors get by with out causing trouble The freshman girl turns and watches them in envy They are the type of girls you love to hate Each one of them perfect in every way All no shorter than 55 and no taller than 56 They also all weigh about the same 115 lbs The girls head off to the bathroom Its the only place they can go to get away from the many boys that flock around them as if the were seagulls and the girls were throwing stale bread Inside they chatter about the latest gossip and crushes check if anything is on each others butt redo their make up and brush their hair as if it wasnt perfectanyway About half their lunch period later they return They have never eat school food itlowers your reputation and contains to much fat anyway Back in the cafeteria All the jealousfreshman girls watch they study and try and repeat this extraordinary behavior but are neversuccessful The lead girl gives all the
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