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3 Divisions

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The world is divided into the rich, outspoken and quiet.

The rich gets to make the rules and boss others around. They waste the resources and don’t mind the rest of the world. Unless, of course, minding for the less fortunate can benefit themselves.

The outspoken makes the rich feel like they are the reason for ALL the crap in the world. Some smoke pot and get high while others think of ways to get in power.

The quiet pick up the shit the others throw. They remain quiet because they don’t want to make more problems. They’re wondering what would happen when they start talking. Who’s gonna pick up their crap when everyone’s preoccupied making the rules for society?

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Time to be as ORIGINAL as possible

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Today, I went online to be as productive as possible. To show my productivity, I looked up on how to be more like Barbie and Massie Block(a main character from The Clique). I look up to the way they dress and especially their attitudes and ways of handling challenges thrown at them. They have confidence and often come up with some witty solution to their problems. I’ve learned a lot from my research. You should smile a LOT and be optimistic if you want to be like Barbie. As to be like Massie, come up with some clever comebacks and dress up as if you were going to your own photo shoot. Two facts I’m not exactly comfortable with. While scanning through various articles, I realized that I can’t be like these alphas no matter how hard I try. Simply because I’m just too… different. I get pretty pessimistic and I prefer to dress down than to dress up. They’re two people I can never pretend to be like just to raise my social status(as if actually trying to smile a lot and be very enthusiastic can make me more known-people will see me as this really creepy girl who probably had too much coffee).

Then, I remembered my best friend’s text during yesterday. It’s rare to find originality these days. 

But maybe not. We’re all one in a million. We’re all diamonds in the rough. Moreover if we let us be ourselves and forget society’s rules, prejudices and judgments. 

I say everyone has some sort of alter ego in the deepest recesses of our minds. We just have to figure out which one can make us stand out the most and show our individuality.