How to Make Your Life a Social Disaster
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How to Make Your Life a Social Disaster

not having a prosperous social life in high school doesn't mean things won't get better in days to come. Actually, those who struggle with it early are the ones who find real success in life; get great jobs; go on a beautiful relationship in the future and end in a happily ever after.

Forgive the sarcasm, but I just figured there might be a twist to the ever cliched subject that everybody keeps asking yet no one is responding: How to end your social life with a total cataclysmic disaster. On the bright side, you might find stuff to avoid here if you do prefer the otherwise-life.

Destroying your social life is not hard at all, really. But sometimes, you have got to start from the very beginning. Remember that day when nobody in school knows anybody yet? Yes, that first day in high school. I recall sitting on a corner, all to myself, silent. I wasn't exactly the popular kid back then, but I wasn't loser-material either. So both fitting in and fitting out, I guess, was harder. I was more of the whatever-you-say kind of guy. I made friends without actually doing anything. But not everyone was as lucky as me. That was when I figured the first way to lose your social life: be the nicer guy.

Since everybody seems to be doing just fine, go to the nearest kid who looks as though she's going through the whole lot miserably. The one with the I-wanna-go-home look on the face.

Next, be a math wiz. In my time, I wasn't the varsity-sporting-type, but neither was I the valedictorian-speech type. My math skills were relatively simple. But I fare. I decided making the math-lethe wouldn't hurt. But it did. And it did pretty quick—with a thud.

Forunately, a very reluctant school newspaper board broke the fall.

Next up, go join the chess club. I wasn't around to prove this myself, but being a photographer, I did see the negative effect it does to people.

Wear glasses. If you're not sure whether farsighted, or nearsighted, or simply blur-sighted fits you best, just get a clear pair of glasses without any prescription. It will certainly mess up your eyes over time; then you would really need real glasses.

Third, style your hair like Superman. Just drop the S on the chest. Eat alone during lunch; take the corner-most empty table on the cafeteria. Much better, find a solitary room and scuffle with your books.

Being the neither of it all, I figured one fact enough to last a lifetime: those with the less complicated social life were the ones to make a big difference in real life. I've seen this happen to my friends. For me, unfortunately, the average status-quo never really shifted. I still live the life in between. God did I wish everyday I chose to become a nerd. So then I could have become richer earlier.

All jokes aside, I guess what I was really trying to say is; not having a prosperous social life in high school doesn't mean things won't get better in days to come. Actually, those who struggle with it early are the ones who find real success in life; get great jobs; go on a beautiful relationship in the future and end in a happily ever after.

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