I was a shy, nerdy kid.
not sure if I was thought of as nerdy although I was always in the advanced classes. I didnt see a point in being shy and I always spoke up if I thought I was being wronged even if ti was to the assistant principal. I even complained that there wasnt a girls' soccer team at my middle school and I was able to be a part of the boys' soccer team! I liked to screw with my teachers mind such as getting them to call my Mom and recommend that i see a therapist by the stories or poetry that I would write. Hmmmmmm, not sure how you would describe me, maybe an aggressive nerd. LOL
I was the shy kids that everyone picked on. i was one of the rejects.
Quoting Anonymous:I was the shy kids that everyone picked on. i was one of the rejects.
I'm not shy, but I'm not the go out and find friends sort either. If I didn't grow up where I did and have basically a "forced" socialization, I probably wouldn't have sought out any friends. I was happy with other kids, don't get me wrong. I just think I may not have ventured out on my own for it. We were pretty popular growing up, my "group" but again, that was mostly due to location.
I was the independent "take charge" kid. All my siblings would come to me for anything they needed before they went to our mom. I was always a loud and honest person but a very loyal friend. I was mouthy and sarcastic which got me into a lot of trouble. But I was all in all a good dependable kid. I didn't do drugs or have sex or anything like that. And I always worked and earned my own money since the time I turned 10.
I was an odd mix of things. Shy, nerdy, but also a spoiled brat all at the same time.
Funny, cute and flirty. Well the last one probably not when I was really young lol. I just remember being a very happy kid. I got along with almost everybody. I don't really think I was as shy as I remember being, because I can think of a lot of bold things I did, that shy people probably just wouldn't have done. I guess I was more outgoing and confident than I sometimes remember.
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