I had cool friends in high school
, until we graduated and went to different colleges
I heard it all through my senior year
- "The day of graduation was the last time I saw some of my best friends."
I didn't believe it would happen to me though. My friends were cool
. We would hang out after school in the computer lab
, we would have lan parties
and watch movies at each other's houses, we had cool conversations on religion
, and technology
, and we could keep in touch through email
... but they had different ideas. While most went to Virginia Tech
and I to GMU
, I still kept in touch. However, they just stopped writing back and eventually I stopped too.
I still write regularly with alot of other friends, which is strange because it was my really good friends who drifted away
. What makes it even more strange is how college has seemed to chill everyone's immature snobbiness
that high school had been so full of. While walking down the street random people are always asking "What's up
?" or "Wanna come with us to a party?" Which I find really cool. I've yet to meet any assholes
in the few months I've been here. I know that I will eventually though, but from the amount of people who I've met and are friends with all ready, the number of assholes must be pretty low. Some of the people that I knew from high school but had never spoken to before actually sit down and I'll have conversations with. But what's up with my friends from high school? Is Tech
just totally different from GMU? Does Tech, like UVA
, just instill a snob attitude into the student body
I don't think that they're snobs
now, maybe they just felt that since we don't goto the same school we're not friends anymore. Perhaps they're mad at me for something, but why completely ignore someone
when you're mad at them? You should atleast tell the person you're mad at them. Or maybe they were never really as good as friends as I had thought...
I wonder now if they saw me in a store
would they just keep on walking and pretend not to know me...