Ever wondered that the world and all it’s continents can be fitted into the menial little high school cliques so easily you would be surprised at how easy it is….
Well I will give you proof of it….and then
[Disclaimer: This is completely for fun. I do not mean to be rude to any country or culture with this observation. I personally am against stereotyping, and do not mean any harm against anyone who feels offended by this. I only mean this to be taken in the most light and fun way possible]
So below is how the world and high school can be one and the same!
1. United States of America= The Jocks or The Popular Kids
This was a pretty obvious one. I mean they already are the popular kids on the block, the ones that rule the corridors of the school with their flashy cars and their swagger that reveals that even they are aware of how cool and awesome they are.
2. Europe= The Nonchalant Artsy Type
They are the artsy type who are so removed from the school and its cliques. These are the ones so confident in themselves and their don’t care attitude that they are even slightly envied by the popular kids. But because of their knowledge and culture their nose is a little too turned up at most things, at most menial things. So, can be a little hard to approach.
3. Africa= Scholarship Kids
They are the one who are in the school on scholarship and their whole focus is on their studies & at being at the top. They might not be treated right, right now, but they will probably go on to do great things and are very hard working, and know that they have to prove their worthiness in this society.
4. East Asia= The Nerdy/ Wacky Inventors
They are the ones that live in this completely different world, they are mix of wacky and inventive people who sort of confuse the others with their creations, they are very competitive and this drive is their defining factor. They also probably top the class because they are so smart.
5. Middle East= The Crazy Cult Ones
They are the ones that are just plain crazy and frankly everyone is a little afraid of them and leaves them to just do their thing. Also the fact that they are filthy rich allows them the leeway to do whatever they want.
6. Russia= The Loners
These are the ones that are satisfied to remain in their own little bubble. The rest of the school too keeps their distance and well most are even a little afraid of them, because they are probably going to rule over them sometime in the future. They are also the ones amazingly talented in the cultural arts like literature, dancing, music and highly disciplined about them.
7. Antarctica= The Quiet Ones
They are the wallflowers….no one really notices them until they want their notes copied or are failing a class. Then they drill away.
8. Australia= The Hipsters or The High Ones
These do not care one bit about any high school politics and just want to chill out with everyone and anyone. They have a permanent smile on their sun-kissed bodies and they love everyone around them.
9. South Americas= The Gypsies
They are the well toned and great bodied ones who are extremely talented in the performing arts and can move their bodies that one would be mesmerized by. Their energy and happy attitude can sometimes bring together the school in some bizarre events.
10. India= A Bit of Everything
India is the new kid on the block. The mid year transfer student who is very overwhelmed and still trying to fit in somewhere. They are a mix of everything, and thus cannot really decide where they want to actually go.
What I am trying to say is that India is still developing and because it has a mix of everything in it, it has not really found its own niche. It’s own identity. It need some time to find its own corner.
Give this one some time guys, it will eventually figure out its destiny.
So…what do you all think?
Do you agree with my assessment or not?
Comment and let me know what you all think.
Again, please take this in a very light manner. I do not mean any harm by this and would imply you all to take this with a grain of salt.
Views presented in the article are those of the author and not of ED.