oh he seems like such a cool new character
Just thought I’d give you a heads-up; there’s a spelling mistake on the second panel, Groveland’s last speech bubble. He say “I’m lattered”, but I think you mean “Flattered.”
Hahaha, love her ‘is this going to be on the quiz?’ thing… fortunately, I do not have this problem with the teachers at my school: they are all tragically ugly. ;P
I’m with the elephant….huh??
Thanks for the heads up, Jack Knights – we’ve now got it right!
Honestly, this seems like a stereotypical high school story.
Maybe my high school was awesome, but new people were immediately placed at the top of the ‘want to know’ list. I’ve never seen ‘new person’ hazing.
Likewise, if people were blatantly cruel, most people were disgusted by it, and ‘popularity’ quickly fell.
what is fribble?
Gobi – you ask a very profound question. And I will answer it with a question: what isn’t a Fribble?
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lol, I wonder just how often he’s had a girl ask him out, probably pretty often, I wish I looked like him, instead of this fat blob in a wheelchair oh well
Daitoshi, I have to agree with you O_o I wondered whether this was because I don’t live in the us, but I’ve never seen that kind of treatment of new kids… Usually everyone’s so excited when there’s someone new in their class.
Hazing new kids… some folk disaggree with this as being common and it certainly didn’t go down that way in my school but things usually become stereotypes because they happened more than once somewhere…
I wonder if this has anything to do with school size. Small schools have kids hungry to add to their community and very large schools have so many kids jockeying for the top that the ones ON top feel the need to make sure new kids start at the very bottom so as to protect there place in the hierarchy.
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