a girl in high school who swims and then one of her friends is a killer who kills with sharp claws
blonde girl, almost drowns
by jenbeach21 6 years ago
Do you believe high school is really the best time of our lives? Why or why not?I hear people describe high school as the best time of their lives and I never really understood it. If that is the best it is going to get, what is the point of life after high school? I would love your thoughts.
by washington Benard 5 years ago
How did you cope with high school life as a teenager?
by ecimo 7 years ago
I asked:At school, there's this hot chick (imo) who always is with friends. I mean, literally,...she's never alone - except when she goes to her locker in the hallway, which is the next one to me. Is this a way to approach her? How would I start a conversation? We share a few classes, and have done...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
Many of our precious young people are going through dangerous lengths to be accepted and well-liked by as many people as possible. It seems that in high school, being popular and well-liked is the dream of many teenagers. They see the great rewards in being popular such as...
by krisingreen 6 years ago
Who were you back in High School?Were you the class clown? the drama queen? the weirdo or the popular kid? and does any of those mattered years after?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
that is totally false. It is the A students who are the MOST SUCCESSFUL in life. They have more opportunities to further their education and to succeed than either B or C students. A students are more likely to attend graduate, law, and/or medical school than either B or C...
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