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Have you ever walked around a high school campus and seen a group of kids that wear the same type of clothes act the same way and have the same opinions about everything This is what I call a clique Cliques can be good and bad but they are discriminatory You always will have a clique known as the preps or the rich kids These are the kids who wear mostly name brands like Gap Abercrombie Fitch and Old Navy They like to think they are better than everyone else is because they have money or nicer cars They are very snobby and stick together Some people portray them as having their nose stuck up in the air and cant see any one beneath them so those people dont matter There are a lot of people who do not like preps Another clique you will always see is the punksters These are your kids who wear baggy pants and thrift shore shirts with yard sale shoes They dye their hair and like to rebel against authority and all that try to oppose their views Punksters live day by day and dont care much for what people think about them People like to classify this clique with people who do drugs all the time which is not always true Most of the time they are the one who are straight-edge people who dont do drugs or drink Many people get along with this clique No matter where you live you will always have rednecks Rednecks are people who drive big trucks listen to rap and always hang out at Wally-worldWal-Mart They have contest for whose truck has the tallest antenna They wear tight jeans and big belt buckles They like to talk with country accents so people will know what clique they are in Even though they are the ones who like to go mudding in their trucks they are some of the most down
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