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The times you do not blend in are the times you remember One particular time was when I was with my best friend Allie Allie was tall had coffee bean colored eyes and rose gold hair I had brown hair and dark blue spruce colored eyes We had the same friends and went to the same elementary school Wildwood After a long few hours of classes the bell rang which started our lunch periodWe ran down to lunch and excitedly plopped down at the lunch table Like most cafeterias our cafeteria always had a malodorous stench It was also larger then our high school and middle school cafeterias After five minutes half the table was full of chatty fourth grade girls Many kids came out of the lunch line with full trays of disgusting food It also left a group of four or five boys looking for an empty table They chose to sit on the other side of our table They were so obnoxious the other girls left That left me Allie and the other boys sitting at the table Then after a few awkward moments they asked Are you going to moveThe boys expected us to move like the other girls They thought they lead the grade and could do whatever they wanted Eventually Allie and I did not see why we should move We simply said No This startled and confused them People in our grade typically did as these boys said Clearly not many people said no to this group of boys They repeatedly asked us why we would not move Every time they asked they tried to convinces and make us feel uncomfortable Realizing we were not going to move they ignominiously left the table Moments later the girls came back to our table and continued eating their lunch It may be intimidating but not being a bystander will have a positive outcome It also taught me to not let
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