Cliché Highschool Problems vs Real Highschool Problems

29 Jan

Cliché Highschool Problem– The guy you like is super popular, and he doesn’t like you back because you’re not.

Real Highschool Problem– The guy you (may or may not) like doesn’t like you because you only have one class together and you have never talked to him. Also because during that class, you’re annoying as hell.

Cliché Highschool Problem– Everybody is pressuring you to drink and do drugs, but you don’t want to! What do you do?

Real Highschool Problem– Some of your friends drink and do drugs, and if you say you don’t want to they say okay and basically don’t care. Wait, this isn’t even a problem. I mean, unless your friends get caught. Then it’s a problem… for them.

Cliché Highschool Problem– Your life is so stressful because of all this boy/friend drama!

Real Highschool Problem- Your life is so stressful because you watched eight consecutive episodes of Cheer Moms, and none of your homework is done.

Cliché Highschool Problem- This really cool guy should like you, but instead he likes this drop-dead gorgeous, intellectually-challenged blond girl who all the awesome girls hate because she’s secretly evil.

Real Highschool Problem– As much as you hate to admit it, the girl Really Cool Guy likes is generally smarter, nicer, funnier and more interesting than you will ever be. Also she is a brunette. Gosh dang it!

Cliché Highschool Problem– People don’t like you because your hobbies and interests are different. They all want to just hang out and have a good time, and you are a person of substance!

Real Highschool Problem– People don’t like you because you won’t stop talking about yourself/loudly singing songs nobody else likes. They try to give you a chance, but you’re not fun to be around. OR Lots of people think you’re really cool, even though your hobbies and interests are different. Welcome to anime club!

Cliché Highschool Problem– You’re constantly late for class because the school bully shoves you into lockers.

Real Highschool Problem– You’re constantly late for class because your friends are so super distacting, and also beause all the FRIGGEN FRESHMEN in FRESHMAN HALL take their JOLLY GOOD TIME, and spread their books and crap ALL ACROSS THE HALLWAY.

Cliché Highschool Problem– The guy who is generally thought of as “less cool” ends up being a total gentleman who makes mixed-tapes and opens car doors for you.

Real Highschool Problem– The guy who is generally thought of as “less cool” ends up being both ruder and creepier than you originally thought, giving you a pretty decent understanding of why he is generally thought of as “less cool”.

Cliché Highschool Problem– Your friends act nice to your face, but say awful things about you behind your back.

Real Highschool Problem– Your friends are mean to you; to your face as well as behind your back. Get new friends.

Cliché Highschool Problem– Drama of the social nature has taken over your life- you cannot focus on school!

Real Highschool Problem– Drama of the theatrical nature has taken over your life- you cannot focus on school!

Cliché Highschool Problem– The guy you’re dating wants to have sex with you. You’re not ready, but you feel pressured.

Real Highschool Problem– Wait… I actually have no idea about this one.

Cliché Highschool Problem– You cannot STAND your parents. They just don’t get you and your life! You have to remind them (on a regular basis) of how much you hate them, usually by screaming it from a stairwell.

Real Highschool Problem– Your parents are pretty cool, and so naturally you feel guilty for ditching them all the time to hang out with your friends, and also for using all their money.

Cliché Highschool Problem– Your teachers are basically crazy.

Real Highschool Problem– Accurate.

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One Response to “Cliché Highschool Problems vs Real Highschool Problems”

  1. isabrown7 January 29, 2013 at 2:02 pm #

    Reblogged this on the awkward thoughts of awkward me and commented:
    this is so true… great post

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