As middle school girls anxious to grow up, we all hankered over pre-teen magazines that gave us countless pop quizzes and statistics that basically guaranteed dubious wishes and lusts. Like, oh yeah, PopGirl Teen Magazine (not real) says that if I stop obsessing over my current crush, that there is a 89% chance he will notice me. Or.. wear that cool new shirt you just brought to catch the eye of that new hottie in town. I was one of those middle school girls that took the quizzes to figure out if Zach Efron was my dream guy or Jesse McCartney. Secretly, we believed those things. Every once in a while at the grocery store we'll pick up one of those magazines and relish on our childish thoughts because, now that we're pass middle school and into our upperclassman roles in high school, we know that life would have to be damn near perfect for any of those quizzes or statistics to be true. Maybe your one of those few exceptions that the quizzes and statistics were based off of. Maybe you were the "Popular Chick" or "Down to Earth girl" or maybe even the "Girl Next Door", all that matters is that we need some type of assurance that our dreams will come true no matter what. That knight in shining armor is out there hidden in the depths of New York City or California.
Grammarly yours, MsRandomKitty ;*