Teens in America: Class Pictures
I've always been, like, the minority at my school so it doesn't bother me, unless it becomes an issue with other people, then it bothers me. I guess some people assume that I'm different when I'm not necessarily, because usually I'm the only white person in the class and I guess they think that I don't wanna talk to them or something. They assume that maybe I have something against them, but they really don't have any reason to think that. I don't know, they ask me if I would ever, like, be friends with black people and I'm like, I have black friends. You just don't know who I'm friends with. . .
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