Selectives vs. Communities

August 11, 2008

I don’t understand this pointless war. The communities don’t like the selectives because they think they’re boring and nerdy, and the selectives don’t like the communities because they think they’re lame and stupid. But in the end, aren’t we all just people?

Why is it that these people judge each other by the streams in which oldĀ men in ugly suits placed them? And yes, this will sound sexist, but we all know it’s mainly the boys. So really, is testosterone just another word for easily-provokable?

Whilst talking to a friend in selective, who shall not be named, she stated that the communities were more likable. In a joking manner, i suggested it may be because the communites spend more time getting laid, and the selectives have too much built-up sexual frustration from spending all day playing video games, but don’t tell them that.

In a recent event, a fight between two people, one with mostly selective friends, the other with mostly community friends, it almost came to an outbreak of war. If a selective had a fight with a community, would it really divide the whole grade so sharply? My group of best friends is mixed, some selective and some community. How would a S vs. C war affect others in a mixed group situation?

Why is it that these two categories of boys hate each other so much? What really happened the piss them off? Is all of this because they’re different in some way? The bottom line is people are people, and we shouldn’t be judged by the groups some old guys in ugly suits and horrific ties put us into.