It’s “student-ly” stupid.

Let’s be clear. What I don’t stand about going to College are those spoiled brats who think they’re superior to everyone else just because of their education, wealth and high marks. They reveal a kind of aura that knocks me back: Just because of these “achievements”, they truly believe that they do deserve everything they have, and everything they want.

What really drives me nuts is that feeling of being constantly looked down, like I am actually being treated like an idiot because there are no common hobbies nor interests between us. What do they expect? Of course people who aren’t as “smart” as they are will have their own things to do instead of being a nuisance while bragging about their intelligence and superior IQ.

Is it so hard to be a little bit humbler? I don’t know.

There isn’t any guilt by having born smarter than everyone who surrounds them, but, why do they want to look better in front of people? Why do they have to put down people who want to know them? Or better said, to “save them from going down that tormented path”?

What this proves me is that they’re in need. This attitude will only give them pain over time. But it might not be something I should take care of since I hate dealing with people who are a personified exhibition of narcissism that constantly need to fuel their ego with people’s recognition and praising in order to evade what they fear the most: being forgotten.

A spoiled kid will always need attention since praises are the only thing they are used to hear from others mouths.

As for me, I might be sillier and more stupid than they are. And I recognise that these people are really intelligent. However, despite them possessing an unrivalized ability to learn and memorize books and lessons, everything they know are just that, books.

There is always something to be learned, and books don’t cover everything you have to learn in life. You may find learning opportunities in people, in places, in events, and what’s more important, in yourself. Don’t be a D-bag. When you are really good at something, you don’t have to do anything. The world will tell you.

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3 comentarios el “It’s “student-ly” stupid.

  1. I completely relate to you, it’s the same for me in school, and, unfortunately, we will always come across people like that. I shouldn’t be giving advice, because, honestly, I’m the first one who always snaps at them to shut up, but as my mother says, these people are just superficial, they will just be happy looking down at people and constantly being praised, perfection and gloating are their goals, but they will never get to trully live happily because they can’t be careless, they want to be perfect ALL the time, but the reality is, they can’t. These types of people usually end up alone and bitter, maybe they have an amazing IQ or a great deal of money or whatever, but honestly, I preffer to be looked down and be happily who I am, who cares what they think?

    • Henxu dice:

      You’re right. I was about to write “Honestly, I don’t have anything to learn from them, they’re nothing more than books”. But that’d put me as one of theirs: an arrogant who can’t appreciate other people. I’m glad that I’m not the only one who thinks this way.

      I’ve had had a hard time composing this post, too much time without using my brain in English.


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