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>Student council being above teaching staff

I've seen this so many times, is this actually a thing in japan?
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Of course, everything you see in anime is real.
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No.

That sort of thing only happens in fantasy stories.
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Why is the Council President always a high-strung, pretty and popular type that's good at sports? Is this some sort of ideal they're trying to hypnotize japs into being?
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>>101900132
He has to get elected, so of course he's somewhat popular, and being good at sports helps with that.
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Japanese student council presidents are the strongest beings in the universe.

Aren't you watching Kill la Kill?
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>>101900132
>Student council voted in.
>Why always popular.

Anyone not popular being voted in I'd a poser hipster who is actually popular.



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