The Evolution of A Mean Girl

Candy and Brandie sit in the corner,
They whisper and they giggle,
And who knows if they’ll say hello to me,
They really are so fickle.

And who knows what they talk about,
And who knows what they say,
But their facial expressions tell me,
“We don’t need anymore friends today.”

And if we were still in high school,
I might take this kind of poorly,
But it just seems a bit pathetic now,
That we are in our 40s.

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30 thoughts on “The Evolution of A Mean Girl

  1. It makes me wonder if the popular kids from high school still think and behave the same way. I rarely see anyone that I went to school with, and that’s a good thing. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I am just now going to middle school and my cousin is too, and she was very popular, and I was quite the opposite. Although this seems very juvenile to someone like me who doesn’t even care, it’s starting to matter to me more and more. I suppose it is purely human nature to seek the approval of others, but I am more or less socially impaired just a little.

  3. I was thinking how much plastic surgery have they had to keep up their high school looks. Reminds me of something that was said on the Mary Tyler Moore Show years ago. That for those popular kids in high school, that is the best it’s ever going to be. They’ve peaked. The rest of their lives it’s down hill. Sure glad I waited til now to peak.

  4. Snap! Sorry, couldn’t resist. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I am soooooooooooooo relieved to not have to copy this and memorize it and throw it in someone’s face. But if I need to come get it I know where it is! (Brilliant).

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