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Goldiemol March 13th, 2015 4:10pm

Would you rather your daughter be the most popular in school or the least?

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julianna5522 new jersey
03/14/15 5:14 am

They both sound bad but most popular sounds worse.

Wino I need a drink
03/13/15 4:56 pm

Same as the last. I just don't care.

kermie gaytopia
03/13/15 2:03 pm

Oof. Very tough call.

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Goldiemol dry side of WA
03/13/15 2:25 pm

I agree. I can't make things easy ;)

chickencookie
03/13/15 12:00 pm

Middle but you can be popular for other reasons such as being very likable or nice. The most unpopular girl is often the mean girl or satanist and not necessarily "the nerd or ugly girl"

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KAnne Atlantic City, NJ
03/13/15 11:13 am

Least for her integrity's sake.

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Nemacyst No Lives Matter
03/13/15 9:40 am

Popular girls are only popular because they're whores who dry up by the time they graduate... Disgusting little trash you expect to see on Maury one day trying to find her "Baby's Daddy"

Wino I need a drink
03/13/15 4:58 pm

Maybe where you live. All the girls on this year's homecoming parade were wonderful examples of really great kids. Sometimes you get good popular kids, sometimes not.

Nemacyst No Lives Matter
03/14/15 6:14 am

And... I'm guessing you were the most popular girl in school because of your "wit" and "charm". Or that you don't want to acknowledge that you gained that popularity on the flat of your back.

Wino I need a drink
03/14/15 7:27 am

Ha! No. I was "friends" with the popular kids because I knew it was the smart thing to do. The girls I hung with were the prude girls that every guy had as a friend only. All our crushes told us of the girls they liked...oh how that hurt.

Wino I need a drink
03/14/15 7:31 am

That being said, our popular kids were pretty great kids (a few a**holes, but they were usually called out by their friends). The year my sister graduated, the popular kids were mostly comprised of a**holes. It depends on the kids.

Ebola1 Florida
03/13/15 9:30 am

Neither. Somewhere in the middle.

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Goldiemol dry side of WA
03/13/15 9:36 am

Yes, that would be ideal. I was wondering if gender made a distance on how people answered. I've said since the moment our oldest (a girl) was born with her daddies eyes that we would work hard to have her slightly social awkward. None of our other

Goldiemol dry side of WA
03/13/15 9:37 am

Children have their daddies exact eyes, which are particularly swoon worthy.

Goldiemol dry side of WA
03/13/15 9:39 am

I've often wondered if she had been a little boy if it would make me feel different.