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Do Japanese girls really do this? Crowd around on obsessive over the most popular student and generally behave like autistic fans with no concern over the personal space or privacy of the person they "admire"
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>>100175530
>japanese people
>autistic

pick two
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I guess the term "school idol" isn't just a random title.
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homos
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Do American girls really do this? Crowd around on obsessive over the most popular student and generally behave like autistic fans with no concern over the personal space or privacy of the person they "admire"
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>Japanese people
>People
Pick one
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>>100176104
This has never happen, either in fiction or in real life
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>>100176104
Except that's bullshit, more often than not the popular ones in high school are also some of the most hated people.
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Why is the shitties show of the season has one of the best EDs?
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>>100176365
No, the most popular kids were the chill people who got along with everyone. The people you are thinking of were shitheads who thought they were all that and stayed with their shitty group. Well-known =/= popular.
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Popular people often pretend to like eachother more than they actually do. Things they admire can easily become envy but they won't express it until someone else in the group does first. There is often more backtalking/backstabbing when you're popular



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