Saturday, January 31, 2015

Dealing With Regina George's After High School

We've all seen the movie Mean Girls, and even if you haven't, you have at least heard of it. Mean Girls is basically an over exaggerated tale of the mean girls you see in high school, middle school, and even elementary school. Now most girls don't go as far writing a "burn book" and publishing it, although I wouldn't put it past them, but they are pretty vicious and would do anything to get there way.


And when you came home crying from what those mean girls told you, you mother probably comforted you by telling you "don't worry, honey, when you get older this will all go away." But that's not necessarily true. There will always be that person that will always argue and fight to get what they want. High school girls can be really evil. One girl in my high school was know as the school's B, if you know what I mean, and she would be so nice to your face and then turn around bash you in the next second. She also put condoms all over my friend's car because she thought that my friend was flirting with her EX boyfriend because my friend was nice to him. That's pretty ridiculous. It didn't do anything except make us laugh at how pathetic is was. And then the Queen B texted my friend saying how "sorry she was and that she didn't mean it". Really!? You went to all that trouble to say sorry? The whole situation was pretty pathetic.

Anyway, back to my point, you hopefully won't have to deal with that type of behavior in college because college can be so big and full of new and different types of people. If there's someone that you get this "Regina George vibe" from, then move to the next table. You don't have to be there best friend or even talk to them. Just leave. And ignore them.

In the workplace, there will probably be that one coworker that really gets into other people's business and always tries to stir up drama, but again, you just have to ignore them and don't let their immature behavior get you down.

So basically what I'm trying to tell you is that Mean Girls don't really and truly go away, but you can choose to ignore them and become the person that everyone actually likes and wants to be friends with.


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