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I used to get foggy days as teenager. My friend would laugh when I sat in English and did nothing but doodle for the whole period.
The teacher did some stupid task one time, one of those thinking outside the box ****** things. We had to imagine we were adrift on an ocean in a boat, with three others. The class would decide who to throw off the boat as we had to think of an important person to be stuck on the boat.
The teachers example was mickey mouse as you could use his ears as a paddle. I remember one of my friends said Hermione Granger, a boy opposite me said Richard Branson. I feel bad for calling him a homo, I was such a brat at times. But I met him years later, working in a poxy shop and I sked him if he had a girlfriend so I think he forgave me.
Who did I say? Bear Grylls because my father would harp on about him, I had never even watched it. They still voted to kick me off, bas^&rds. I hated unrealistic things like that. I mean what if u say batman or superman? One can fly. And a Harry Potter character, well they wouldn't get stuck in a month of Sundays. Who is so important to the world we save them at all costs?
I had no heroes as a youngster, that I wanted to be like. Ijust wanted a way out, a better life than what fate had in store for me. I know many intelligent people who have wasted their life.
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Thank you for sharing that. I felt your pain.
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I had to deal with similar B.S most of my life all because I'm nerdy myself.

I simply never had the same interests as most of these kids. I was more interested in games, computers, and fictional stories back than then "normal" people hobbies like sports, getting in relationships at a young age, fashion, or any other things that I find pointless.

I consider these "normies" who have to put others who are different down as lesser beings. It's not just my opinion though because many of these idiots spend their adult lives doing drugs and alcohol, working fast food and retail, living off welfare their whole life, and being all around losers while us "nerds" are the ones who run the world these days with our ideas and passions and make more money doing so.

The normies or sheeple or commoners as I like to call them are nothing compared to us. Our lives have more value than theirs because we generally have more of a positive impact on the world than they ever will.
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To be nerdy is not the problem, you just have to be more confident. For instance, I had the same problem but later I understood that it's advantage, what makes me different. In the high school, I was a popular guy and nerdy. It just the way how you present yourself to the audience.
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I think I know why it was so excruciating for me to think of someone important, it was because I was afraid of being made fun of. I had put up the barriers up p2 when that teacher who left acted unprofessionally. I don't know if she left because of me or if she was pregnant.
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The nightmares could be due to depression and anxiety. I suggest you to enroll your kid in some activities that interest him and keep him engaged all the time
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It’s okay, don’t be bothered about what opinions others hold for you. Enjoy whatever you do either its being studious or sports.
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How about Oliver Queen, and his dad, and that sailor dude, adrift on a life raft after the Queen's Gambit was sabotaged and sunk. We all know who survived... good ol' Ollie
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How about Oliver Queen, and his dad, and that sailor dude, adrift on a life raft after the Queen's Gambit was sabotaged and sunk. We all know who survived... good ol' Ollie
He survived and 4 seasons later became an utterly pathetic little white knight coward.

I used to love the hell out of that TV show because I saw Arrow as a more realistic hero that was forged through going through some type significant hardship and wasn't afraid of doing what is necessary for the greater good, even if it means torturing and killing. I thought such a hero was more realistic and easier to relate to for me than one of these "meta humans" like The Flash, for example. The Flash, like many other heroes, has a personality that I simply cannot stand. He is way too naive to how the world really works and if it wasn't for his powers, he would be nothing.

But then they force this goody two shoe crap on us in the pathetic excuse that was season 4 which made me give up that show entirely. At least Batman still remains easy to relate with for me and is still a total badass

Anyways, I should stop with my superhero rant while I'm ahead.

I will just leave this bit of wisdom before I leave: these bullies will just be the people who flip our burgers and make our tacos. We are better than them because we were tempered in the fires of hell that those weak little cowards put us through. We are stronger, smarter, and better than they could ever hope to be.
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Work is Work. Those who opt to flip burgers and prepare fast food to support their children, rather than drawing a welfare cheque.... are hero's one & all in my opinion.
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