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When you’re a teen, being “cool” is exchanged just like a money.

When you’re a teen, being “cool” is exchanged just like a money.

And when at any point you find a young child with much less coolness than you, you tell that nerd to screw down and prevent being this type of loser and dragging your coolness down because one other cool children might see you, like, really conversing with one another.

Your coolness stability determines the known amount of interest in a relationship with you. If you suck at sports and activities are cool, then you will see less interest in your relationship. If you’re awesome at playing electric guitar and guitars are cool, your coolness stock will increase properly and individuals will require to you again. This way, senior school is a consistent arms competition to develop just as much coolness as you can.

All of the bullshit and stupid brain games teenagers play are a direct result this coolness economy. They screw with ets are cool, then you will see less interest in your friendship. If you’re awesome at playing electric guitar and guitars are cool, your coolness stock will increase accordingly and individuals will require to you once more. This way, twelfth grade is a consistent arms competition to develop the maximum amount of coolness as you can.

The majority of the bullshit and stupid brain games teens play are due to this coolness economy. They fuck with each other’s minds and brag about shit they didn’t do and think they love individuals they actually hate and think they hate people they really love than they are and it gets them more Snapchat followers and a blowjob from their prom date because it makes them appear cooler.

Conditional relationships are smoke and mirrors in which you never really understand whom each other is.

These relationships that are high-school-level conditional of course. They’ve been relationships of I’ll-do-this-for-you-if-you-do-this-for-me. Continue reading When you’re a teen, being “cool” is exchanged just like a money.