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    Quote Originally Posted by Clipse
    I am the same as you Dorthy. We never really had names for groups. I am only one year out of high school and we never had names for them. There was one group no one liked and we had many names for them I can't repeat. Other than that you would just say 'someones name' and them. And people would know who you were talking about.


    We don't really refer to people in a group by a certain name, but if any were used they would be:

    nerds
    goths
    punks
    druggies
    jocks (not often though)
    The AXers

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    Quote Originally Posted by spegs
    I recently heard of a new group from a high school aged friend, for ineedalife to sound cool -- "emos" (people who listen to depressing "emo" music and float around with a jaded, vaguely suicidal air.)
    Emo? See, that's exactly what I'm talking about-I don't have a clue. I'm in trouble. Times have changed.

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    I agree that times have changed. I am starting to feel old.

    Although when I was in high school the cliques were:

    Preps
    Band Geeks
    Brains/Nerds
    Gang Bangers
    Farmers
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    Rah-Rahs / Jocks
    Stoners
    Surfers
    Cowboys
    Nerds

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    We called the girls with big hairsprayed hair and sleazy ways Tunas.
    I was in band and our uniform included those old-fashioned foot-tall fuzzy round hats, so we were called Band Twinkies. For some reason that bled over into the drama club, as they were called Drama Twinkies.

    Stoners, jocks, & surfers too. This is fifteen years out of date, needalife! I have no idea what the kids are into these days.
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    I went to an arts high school, so our cliques were slightly different. Instead of jocks, cheerleaders, etc., we had...
    - the jazz guys, who thought they were better than everyone else
    - the dancers, who also thought they were better than everyone else
    - the overacheivers, who were in student government all four years (I had friends like that)
    - and there were nerds.

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    Lets see...I graduated 15 years ago

    We had:
    Populars - including cheerleaders, rockettes, etc
    Jocks
    Stoners - we called ourselves the Zoo Crew after the Scorpions song.
    Wavers
    Geeks - the kids who got heavy into D&D...it was not a popular game at my school.

    Everyone else didn't really have a category...we didn't have nerds. I hung out with the stoners although I didn't smoke or do drugs. They were just the kids that didn't care if you were rich, smart, skinny, etc.
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    I was a band geek and proud of it. In 1989 we were the US national champions and indoor percussion champions. Our band was huge and were the only thing the school had going for it. You know it's wierd when all of us in the drumline were dating cheerleaders and the Homecoming Queen. They would even show up to the competitions in their outfits. Those poor jocks...never knew what hit 'em.
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    I went to a private school with many international people, so there were many many different cliques:

    - The Indo Group (indonesians)
    - Americans (Americans ) *duh* haha..
    - Locals (Singaporeans)
    - Japs (Japanese)
    - K's (Koreans)
    - Beijings (Chinese)
    - Jocks (sports peeps)
    - Bimbo (bimbo club)
    - Wannabes (people who try to hard to be something their not)
    - Poseurs (they got the image, but dont have the atitude AT ALL)
    - Smart-asses (intellects)
    - slackers (people who come to school, yet still skip class)

    I was in the Jap group, all jap people, we were kinda the "cool kids" haha.... yeahh.... my school had more jap's/koreans then caucasians and locals so we kind of dominated the school cliques! it's school of course there is rankings...i for one was lucky to be in one of the "cool" groups

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    Masashi, my school has just about the same groupies as yours. Wonder what school you went to.

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