Last night, I was talking to a public school-ed friend of mine. He was telling me about the Panini and Dubstep club at his school:
Me: Are they two different clubs?
Him: No, they're the same club.
Me: ...is there more than one person in it?
Him: Oh yea! It's our most popular club besides parkour.
Now, I'll agree parkour is pretty awesome, and I adore paninis (though I know nothing about dubstep), but sometimes public schoolers are ridiculous. Like now. But here's what's really weird:
Warning: this may come as a shocking blow to some of you. Please make sure you are sitting down before you read what I have to say:
Public schoolers think we're weird.
Crazy, right? But it's true! I mean, it's true that they think that. We're not weird. Obviously, we homeschoolers know where it's at. They laugh, but they don't know. They don't know.
They think we have no friends. Hello? We have siblings!
They think we're nerds. Hello? We're in speech and debate!
They think we're geniuses. Hello? We are.
Now, if you excuse me, I'm going to go back to reading Leviathan now.
You're homeschooled, and proud of it.