Ethel, I'm not popular at all. And the thing about it is that I don't think being popular is a good thing either.
Well, I'm not popular either, and I certainly do not like being the center of attention!
I'm not that popular either but I have friends that are. The trick seems to be to disarm people with charm. Ask them a lot of questions and make them feel special by taking a real interest in what they do. Meawhile don't reveal too much about yourself so you seem cool, and humble but mysterious. Laugh at their jokes and always remember their names ... the popular people i know seem to do all of these things effortlessly ...
You mean what makes a person cool
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I am not popular either, I am just an ordinary gal. I never dreamt of being popular.
I do not think that I am popular, but I have a lot of friends, who like me because of my sense of humor...
The other thing that I think allows me to have so much friends is that I am always there for them, no matter what happens.
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