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Anonymous No.60871728 [Reply]
Do you have any personal stories that disprove the bullshit that is told on
I'll start.
> Be in high school, complete loner with no friends who is marginalised even by the class weebs and geeks.
> Always alone in the IT room looking at playthroughs on Youtube.
> Meet a Chad one year younger and in another grade, tall, an athlete, great grades, has a girlfriend, rich family, many friends, knows everyone.,...
> We had nothing in common and we were not even in the same grade, but he still started conversations with me whenever he could.
> After classes he visits me at the IT room where we secretly would watch cool GTA5 montages and listen to dubstep together.
>every afternoon, even if for a few minutes.
>Groups of 15 people would come into the IT room to tell him to go to Karaoke or a house party with them, he most often refused so that he could stay and watch gameplays with me.
> He decides to join my 'electronic music club' where I was the only member, even if he's not interested in electronic music.
> When walking home alone he would run up to me and drag me to town so that we could eat some McDonald's together, at least three times a week.
> All of that while still having 15+ friends, a girlfriend, studies and athletics to care about, every day he would take the lead and insist that we do something together.
>Upon graduation day he chose to go to McDonald's alone with me as a farewell instead of going out partying with his friends, he's the only one who congratulated me.
I think that Chads deserve every good thing that life blesses them with.
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File: machio_naruzo _135 by (10 KB, 400x226) Anonymous No.60871728 [Reply] Do you have any personal stories that disprove the bullshit that is told on I'll start. > Be in high school, complete loner with no friends who is marginalised even by the class weebs and geeks. > Always alone in the IT room looking at playthroughs on Youtube. > Meet a Chad one year younger and in another grade, tall, an athlete, great grades, has a girlfriend, rich family, many friends, knows everyone.,... > We had nothing in common and we were not even in the same grade, but he still started conversations with me whenever he could. > After classes he visits me at the IT room where we secretly would watch cool GTA5 montages and listen to dubstep together. >every afternoon, even if for a few minutes. >Groups of 15 people would come into the IT room to tell him to go to Karaoke or a house party with them, he most often refused so that he could stay and watch gameplays with me. > He decides to join my 'electronic music club' where I was the only member, even if he's not interested in electronic music. > When walking home alone he would run up to me and drag me to town so that we could eat some McDonald's together, at least three times a week. > All of that while still having 15+ friends, a girlfriend, studies and athletics to care about, every day he would take the lead and insist that we do something together. >Upon graduation day he chose to go to McDonald's alone with me as a farewell instead of going out partying with his friends, he's the only one who congratulated me. I think that Chads deserve every good thing that life blesses them with.