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First of all my life is wonderful and tremendous I would have to say. Although, every so often it turns dreadful, but I always manage to turn it around so I can be happy and joyful again. Even though, when I was younger my life wasn’t like it is today. I had to deal with enormous changes in my life to get it the way it is today. The biggest change had to deal with friendship.
When I was younger I would have done anything to be popular. All I knew about it was that it was a huge conflict with kids in school. Also I thought that if you were popular that everybody likes you and you were the center of attention. Well like a normal kid I didn’t listen to everything someone said. If I did my life would have been a lot simpler.
One part I missed out on was one of the biggest parts of popularity. It was that there are two types of popularity. One of them is the good popularity where everybody knows you for the good things you have done and wants to be around you. On the other hand there is a bad popularity where everybody knows you for the horrible and nasty things you have done and nobody wants to be around you. I figured out that I wasn’t the good popular at first either.
Once I figured out that I wasn’t the good popular I tried to think of ways I had to become the bad type of popularity. It kept baffling me. I couldn’t stand not knowing why, so I tried to think back to see what I have done in my past to make people not like me.
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