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We are neurologically hardwired to seek out people like ourselves. We start forming cliques as soon as we’re old enough to know what acceptance feels like. We bond together based on anything that we can – music preference, race, gender, the block that we grew up on.
I think it’s perfectly acceptable not to run with cliques.
High school is all about hierarchies, labels, cliques – we are labeled and structured. Everyone goes through it, more or less.
You know, I was a nerdy kid going through high school, and then I got to college and that all vanished. I mean, a lot of my good friends – when we were in high school, we would never have been able to hang out together because we were in such different cliques or whatever. Now, who cares?
The Internet has transformed the landscape of children’s social lives, moving cliques from lunchrooms and lockers to live chats and online bulletin boards and intensifying their reach and power.
Everybody has their cliques, and I was very shy. I’m still very shy. Music opened up doors. I would get to my choir class, and I was sort of one of the better kids… I could read music. That’s when I realized how good El Coro de San Juan was. I felt, for once, like, hey, I can fit in.
I remember the general anxiety of teenager, and I remember establishing some sort of appearance based on what my peers would think. And cliques, oh my God, the worst. The worst!
I’ve never been much given to little social cliques.
No matter where you are in your life, whatever set of people you’re with, it all still breaks down like high school does. You have your social cliques, you have the people you get along with, the people you don’t and the people you’re ambivalent about. All of the dynamics are still here.
I kept a journal when I was a teenager, so I definitely look back on those to see how I dealt with friends and cliques and getting picked on, or boyfriend breakups.
In high school, there are so many cliques. You’re never safe.
There’s always going to be cliques – everywhere you go, there’s gonna be cliques; there’s gonna be people that gravitate towards each other.
I had a couple friends from all the different cliques in school, but my true friends were my gymnastics teammates. I grew up competing with them for ten years.
Women are naturally competitive. That’s what drives women to form cliques at early age.
I grew up playing hockey and some football, and I always think about the first time you walk into the locker room on a new team. The cliques are looking at you funny, and you make one friend, but then they’re trying to stab you in the back.
When I was in college, I wasn’t in a fraternity or anything. I always wanted to jump around to all different types of cliques.
There are cliques in Bollywood, and people stick together, but I have always tried to stick to my work. As an industry, Bollywood is very competitive, and I’m very competitive as a person, but I’ve never been a part of any clique, and I’ve always worked with all actors and directors, all camps.
And bookish people who do their homework and get it in on time and it’s good – they don’t have friends at school. I never really got in the cliques. I didn’t have the right shoes or hair.