As far as i know, loser. But i never paid much attention to that stuff either.
I was voted "Most Likely to Annihilate the Universe" when I graduated from Salem Magic Academy. I'm still trying to figure out if that makes me a winner or a loser. :-P
Well when you actually do you'll be my hero! lol ;)
I guess I was a "head", a "stoner".. (but that was the late 70s)
I was the Glee Club pianist, played violin in the school orchestra, and was the only black kid in the Shakespeare Club. THAT should tell you volumes. ;)
I was just the coolest loser ever! Haha<br />
I was an athlete that was a nerd that also played with computers and smoked after I had a near death with alcohol and pills...yeah bad combo 4 sure...<br />
But I fell somewhere in the middle, which was cool because everyone "knew" me yet I was free to mingle with anyone I so chose, without having. To try and fit in or be part of some cliche clique lol
I was the Drama Guy :D
I was both a geek and a stoner.
I was a smart kid, an artist, but I had a group of kids that I hung out with, the kind of "cool" kids, and I hung out on the periphery of an older group of kids who were extremely cool who were in the drama club, and "sort of" dated one of them.
I was a vampire but I hung out with the werewolves
Nerd jock loner
My school we had to be all that. It was a real small school.
wasnt considered anything.<br />
i wasnt even noticed enough to BE considered anything
When I was in high school there were only two choices: "jock" or "head" .......guess which one I was
I was an anomaly...a goth, band jock, computer geek, stoner, gear head, skater.
I was the depressed, quiet fat kid in the Mr. Spock t-shirt that most people avoided because I was most likely to go Columbine one day and make my classmates headline news.
Outcast. Had no friends
i was uncomfortably lost somewhere in the background..
Mid 80's grad- "class clown". i made every genre laugh. I wasn't an admirable moniker then. But lookin back, whatever it takea to connect with others just makes life easier.