May 12, 2010
By Anonymous

Tall, short; skinny, fat.
Why don’t friendships form based on height or weight,
But instead they are based on what each individual looks for in a friend?
Like what sports they play,
What they do for fun,
Or commonalities they share.
It’s because a friend isn’t a friend for no reason,
And cliques don’t just come from nowhere.
Each individual clique forms based usually upon a certain trait each member shares.
Broadway: they all love Broadway and singing.
Jocks: they all play sports.
Band: they all play instruments and are in band.
Stoners: they all love Mary J.
Cliques aren’t a form of segregation and singling people out unless it is made that way.
One group doesn’t need to look down upon another, yet they are all just different.

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