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The Unwanted Heiress

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2014

    Adraina's Advice (Needed)

    Hi my name is Adraina and l go to a private school in the North Shore of Illinois. Now hold on before you start thinking im some rich kid let me just say im not. I drive 30 min to school every day. Ive never been to Lulu lemon or kate spade or lily politzer or vera bradley. Ive only been out of the country once to canada. I dont live in a rich town. I have a small house. My dads an insurance guy. Im in eighth grade and l dont have a cell phone or a working computer. So l dont have any friends. Like l do but they cant relat to me cuz theyre rich and tall and pretty and have phones. They dobt pay aattention to me and my parents like my brother better. For example we did these class auctions and you were supposed to make a basket and aution it off to the rest to the grade. So my one friend spent 80 bucks on a makeup basket and another had a budget of 60. I had 15$. My mom told me to bid up to 30$ on these nike elite socks for my brother but when l bid 42$ for ipod stuf she yelled at me in front of everyone. I have an ipod nano. I want real friends and i want my parents to like me. Please help!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2014

    S's Story.

    When I was in fifth and sixth grade I was kinda the outcast, I had my circle of friends who I always hung out with. But they had other friends too and went and hung out with them. That's not bullying and that's not my story. I was always the outcast, wearing ripped or faded jeans, a regular t-shirt and a oversized hoodie or jacket. Everyone called me poor, which I was and am not, I'm just not rolling in cash. And bi<_>tch and said I wouldn't ever have any friends that stayed by my side and supported me no matter what. I didn't understand it at first but then I moved half way into 6th grade and woah...I started seeing people that dressed like me and I heard them talking about alot of rock bands I know. I befriended one of their group I guess, and I am her best friend and she's mine ^~^. I'm in 7th grade now and I am good friends with ALL of the group...I'm a part of the group now. People said I wouldn't have any real friend but bite me...I do. Now but here comes the irritating part. My 'group' is what alot of people call 'emo'...No we aren't creepy like everyone says. But for the reason of only how we look they feel the need to cuss us out and try and get us in even more trouble than we already get into ourselves. The thing is though, we aren't bad kids. I mean, yes, we may get into a little more extreme trouble than other kids from time to time but if people got to know us, we're actually really nice. We're mean if you mess with one of OUR friends...but isn't that all groups? Yes, I know it is. I've seen it. But we seem scary I guess so everyone feels the need for it. Now it doesn't help with what me and my friends have been through...not at all. But we talked and we're ignoring it. ^~^ We are who we are and if you don't like it. Well too bad because I'm not going to change myself for anyone else.
    ~S (A 7th Grader)

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