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Your b-ball team is playing the championship game against your school’s biggest rival. You suggest everyone scream:
When your mom suggests a night out on the town with her on Friday, your reply is along the lines of:
Tryouts for the volleyball team are this week. When your cute lab partner asks over the frog dissection if you think you’ll make JV, you:
It’s the first day of your new aerobics class, and you were brave enough to venture out in your bod-baring Spandex gear. One of your friends compliments you on how good you look, and you respond:
After standing in line to get on the new roller coaster at the amusement park, you’re the only one of your whole group the ticket collector takes aside. When he measures your height and tells you you’re not quite tall enough to go on the ride, you:
One of your friends suggests going to see her idol in her new movie this Friday. She always gets to pick which movie to see, so you:
You and another friend from your swim team are invited to a fellow team member’s party. This teammate doesn’t go to your school, so you don’t know the people who are going to be there. While talking to your friend, who is also invited, you say:
When your history teacher introduces the chapter on pre-Hellenistic Greece, you:
When your English teacher gives you a B instead of the A you thought you deserved on your Shakespeare report, you:
After your brilliant sister has brought home yet another Great Scholar Award, which your parents prominently display on the dining room table, you:
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