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Middle School Boys Research Paper

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Middle School boys are the worst, trust me, I’ve experienced both sides of it. I’ve been slammed into lockers and well, one time I threw a kid into a locker and I promise, it was totally justified. Anyway, things don’t get much better with freshman boys in high school, they’re just as insecure as they were in middle school (trust me, very insecure!!) except now there are guys three or four years older than them instead of one or two. By their sophomore and junior year, they’ve actually built up some real, genuine self-esteem and are actually capable of achieving some things; unfortunately, that all goes by the wayside when senioritis hits and “A’s are bae” turns into “C’s get degrees” and “C’s get degrees” turns into “D’s don’t get rescinded.”…show more content…
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