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gymnast4life asked:

13 Jun 2010

how to be cool

Hi. I am homeschooled and so I don't really know what's "in". Help me out! What can I wear to be cool? What can I act like? What can I say and do? What stuff should I have? Help please!



vanillabb says:

Posted on 13 Jun 2010

LOL , just be yourself you don't have to know what everybody else is "saying" at the time , people these days don't like it when you follow the crowd & all act the same.

I never follow the "trends" anymore , i just like to wear whatever looks good on me & if I naturally just like the iteam not what the media tells me to wear.

You need to find yourself & not act like how other people are acting .. its fun to be unique .

hopee that makes sence ^ . ^


lorii_grace says:

Posted on 13 Jun 2010

JUST BE YOURSELF (= i can already tell you're totally cute, ahha

i was homeschooled in junior high, so i know what it's like to feel like you're totally out of it. all my friends seemed to know all these terms and teen/music/pop culture things that i had no clue about.. it really makes you feel left out.

honestly don't even bother worrying about those things.. it just comes from hanging out with different people, surfing the internet, and watching tv...

if you're still really that insistent on learning about such things, try exploring different scenes :) like AP magazine, or urbandictionary, etc.. know what your style is and know how you want other people to see you.

there's a quote i like.. i think it goes somethign like this...

we are not who we think we are.

we are not who others think we are.

but we ARE who we think others think we are!

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