The Steps I Did Not Follow
Step 1: Have amazing hair.
Step 2: Remove unwanted body hair.
Step 3. Wear make up.
Step 9: Be funny, but don’t say lame things. Being weird isn’t bad, but if you go too far with it, people will think you’re an insane-weird type of person; be unique, truthful, and appropriate. It’s always okay to be random or spontaneous.(Just don’t go overboard.) If you don’t know how to be funny then just go online and get a few jokes there.
Helpful Tip: Try joining a club! Sporty girls are popular girls, but if you aren’t the best with sports, maybe debate team or cheerleading. Not stuff like ‘chess club’ or ‘Roleplayers United’. This goes for guys AND girls! If you really want to, you can, but it will take a lot of time outta your schedule and the popular people wont know you as well! You want to be as active as possible.
Step 19: Lastly, remember this. Many, many, many other students at your school are striving to be a popular kid, too. But by the time after you graduate high school and go to college, popularity won’t matter, whatsoever. You’ll be in the real world, and if the popular kids at your school are mean, dirty girls, you will most likely be the boss of them by then. They’ll be flipping burgers while you’ll be earning just about $1500 an hour.
Hazel’s Tips for Middle School Girls: Stop googling weird stuff and start doing whatever makes you happy, even if that means other people think you’re lame. Write, dance, sing, run, roleplay, shout, study, solve problems—whatever. Remember, you only peak once in life. Do you want it to be when you’re 15 or 25… when you’re old enough to go to bars? Also, who cares if you look weird? Looking weird is cool, and weird looking girls grow up to be bad ass women. And geeky D&D boys who play video games all weekend grow up to be super cute film producers who think your thick thighs are hot. Just sayin’