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    Never said you were ..3.85 that's great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBmumsie
    I guess I just get tired sometimes of the "dumb blonde" stereotype. I graduated with a 3.85 GPA for goodness sakes!
    me too! (3.85 GPA from university) and I'm not even blonde! I mean...can I help it that I don't always "get" the insignificant things now and then?
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    Ok, that quiz didn't apply to me, because I got jock as my outcome, but my answers to those questions weren't on that quiz, so I just picked the answer that best fit. I'm pretty popular. I'm the smart theatre guy, but luckily not a geek. Luckily, I have a great sense of humor, and I'm good-looking (I'm modest too) and so I fit in really well with a lot of people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue_cool
    Never said you were ..3.85 that's great!
    Sorry - didn't mean to sound like you did. I was speaking more in general.
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    I don't consider myself one! I'm just a regular/average High-School Senior.

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    I had a mish mash of answers from the quiz so i'll tell you what somebody once called me. " a geek/nerd, goth/freak, hippie, burnout (no I wasn't), tomboy, slut." I think that's it. I was a total outcast and outsider. I dressed how I felt like dressing that morning. I did, said and acted the way I wanted to and pissed a lot of people off. God I hated school but if I could go back NOW I would cause now I don't care about being liked when back then...it kinda did bother me. I talked to alot of people in class but didn't really have many friends.
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    I'm a geek too... I thought i'm more of a nerd... but o well ^_^

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    LOL - i guess answering the question with wearing somthing skimpy makes me a slut. If I change that one answer, I become a geek!
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    I didn't take the quiz, so this post is not certified or sanctioned by the Internet Personality Authority ( ):

    I was a pretty good athlete (three times All-City, twice All-District,) but not in a popular sport, so I was never lumped in with the Jocks, and thus not eligible to hang with the popular students. I was a pretty good student, too (12th in a class of 685 while taking as many college prep courses as I could) but was never really accepted by the braniacs, who viewed my participation in athletics with suspicion.

    I found a great term on my high-school's Classmates.com message board that probably applies to many of us: Locker People. Not a jock, not popular, just one of the hall-fillers that stood out of the way of the "upper echelon" of students.
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