The Popularity Postulate

The Popularity Postulate

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Tricia By lemniscates Updated Jun 23

Statement #1: At Glendale View High School, there are stereotypical cliques that struggle to coexist with one another.
Reason #1: Given.
Statement #2: Jocks ≠ nerds
Reason #2: The Popularity Postulate

Unlikely enemies-turned-friends Chrissy Becker and Troy Preston conjure and implement their break-cliché operation in their seemingly perpetually stereotypical high school in hopes for the ultimate senior year for everyone.

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  • band
  • camarderie
  • cheerleader
  • cliche
  • clique
  • football
  • friendship
  • geek
  • jock
  • marching
  • math
  • nerd
  • operation
  • popular
  • popularity
  • postulate
  • school
  • senior
  • stereotypes
  • team
ah but the thing is, in my school, the band geeks AND athletes are the popular people
when i first read this, I was freshman and was taking algebra I, but now I've taken geometry and this is so great
And now that I realize it please stop I can't handle it in school and now it's in my books
Only now do I understand that this is a proof and what a postulate is since now I've learned them in math omg it makes sense.
saltydaegu saltydaegu Feb 09
I love that I get this because of geometry but then I also hate it because proofs
- - Sep 10, 2014
Now this . . . this is my type of story! I cannot stand cliques and stereotypes (I actually just started a story on stereotyping last week so that's quite coincidental lol), so this appeals to me! I'm excited!