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Marria Attar


Many teenagers think
That being popular should be with the way you dress
The way you walk
The way you attract the boys
And the way you make the noise
Many teenagers think
That being popular is by the way you treat the others with full disrepute
Or by being very thin and cute
Many teenagers think
That being popular is all about the way you talk about the others
Or if you’re wearing a silky top or shoes made out of leather
Many teenagers think
That being popular is by despising the quiet ones and making fun of the weird
And also to show that they can never be scared or feared
Many teenagers think
That being popular is by showing of your new jeans and vest
And many teenagers think
That being popular is a way to prove that you are the finest and best.

Submitted: Thursday, September 18, 2008

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  • Sathyanarayana M V S (10/1/2008 1:20:00 PM)

    This is very good. every teenager must read this well analysed..the teenage problems, egos and misunderstandings. (Report) Reply

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