What Kind of Teenager Are You?



Celebrities hold an important position in our lives. We have put them on a pedestal and we never realize that they also are humans just like us and we should not treat them as Gods. We often forget this line, sure, they may be great in their art but that doesn’t make them the master of our lives. We should know about this because then only we would be able to live our lives on our terms.

It is also often seen that these celebrities promote bs products and services just for the sake of the money. It is a clear indication that they don’t value our existence. They only treat us as numbers and if we don’t take it into consideration then we would always be fooled. This is especially the case with teenagers. Though you would find tons of adults also doing this but teenagers are the majority. The simple reason behind it is that human brains are matured at least at the age of 25. There are exceptions to it but generally this is the case.

What happens is that teenagers don’t see this perspective and they feel that their celebrities could never wrong them. They are nothing but being emotional. If they look at it objectively then they would soon realize that for the most part they don’t care much for their fans. They are busy in their world making money and living a comfortable life. This also comes from the fact that we all are made consumers by default. Our education system and our parents don’t teach us this thing and hence we are always consuming rather than producing things or content.

I hope you liked my short article. If you have any insights into the topic then feel free to share it down into the comments section below. Play the quiz as well and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family. I hope to see you in my next article.

“I walk around the school hallways and look at the people. I look at the teachers and wonder why they’re here. If they like their jobs. Or us. And I wonder how smart they were when they were fifteen. Not in a mean way. In a curious way. It’s like looking at all the students and wondering who’s had their heart broken that day, and how they are able to cope with having three quizzes and a book report due on top of that. Or wondering who did the heart breaking. And wondering why.”
― Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower

“I imagined the lies the valedictorian was telling them right now. About the exciting future that lies ahead. I wish she’d tell them the truth: Half of you have gone as far in life as you’re ever going to. Look around. It’s all downhill from here. The rest of us will go a bit further, a steady job, a trip to Hawaii, or a move to Phoenix, Arizona, but out of fifteen hundred how many will do anything truly worthwhile, write a play, paint a painting that will hang in a gallery, find a cure for herpes? Two of us, maybe three? And how many will find true love? About the same. And enlightenment? Maybe one. The rest of us will make compromises, find excuses, someone or something to blame, and hold that over our hearts like a pendant on a chain.”
― Janet Fitch, White Oleander

“Every time you look up at the stars, it’s like opening a door. You could be anyone, anywhere. You could be yourself at any moment in your life. You open that door and you realize you’re the same person under the same stars. Camping out in the backyard with your best friend, eleven years old. Sixteen, driving alone, stopping at the edge of the city, looking up at the same stars. Walking a wooded path, kissing in the moonlight, look up and you’re eleven again. Chasing cats in a tiny town, you’re eleven again, you’re sixteen again. You’re in a rowboat. You’re staring out the back of a car. Out here where the world begins and ends, it’s like nothing ever stops happening.”
― Bryan Lee O’Malley, Lost at Sea

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    An adult tells you to do the dishes, what is your response?

    • Ugh… fine.
    • OK
    • I can’t wait to live alone.
    • No!
  • Question of

    What is your favorite class?

    • Gym class
    • Mod Tech
    • Science
    • English
  • Question of

    What do you do after school?

    • Team practice
    • Play video games
    • Work
    • Read or write
  • Question of

    How much time do you take to get ready in the morning?

    • 45 minutes
    • 15 minutes
    • About 20 minutes
    • I wake up and go.
  • Question of

    What do you think about dating?

    • It’s easy. I love it!
    • It causes anxiety.
    • I could care less.
    • No one wants to date me.
  • Question of

    Which of these best describes your report card?

    • I pass.
    • Mostly A’s
    • I do OK.
    • I do well in the classes I like.
  • Question of

    How do you feel about homework?

    • It gets in the way of my sports.
    • It’s interesting.
    • I do enough to pass.
    • I pass without doing any homework.
  • Question of

    Did you read the last book assigned to you?

    • I read summaries online.
    • Cover to cover
    • I read enough to pass the quiz.
    • It wasn’t my taste.
  • Question of

    Which of these best describes your social life?

    • Very busy
    • I have a small group of friends.
    • I have one or two friends.
    • I get by without friends.
  • Question of

    How do you feel about cliques?

    • Mine is at the top of the food chain.
    • They are interesting to observe.
    • They don’t bother me.
    • I hate conformity.
  • Question of

    You have a chemistry test tomorrow, what are you doing tonight?

    • I have a game.
    • Studying
    • Working
    • Thinking about how to pass with minimal work
  • Question of

    Where do you sit at lunch?

    • With a large group of friends
    • In the library
    • With one or two friends
    • Wherever there is an open seat
  • Question of

    How often are you in detention?

    • Once in a while
    • Never
    • Once a month
    • Every week
  • Question of

    Do you like talking to your teachers?

    • Just the ones who are coaches
    • Only about school-related things
    • Only about graduating
    • Not so much
  • Question of

    Someone asks you out. What is your response?

    • Sorry, I’m taken.
    • Really?! OK!
    • I really don’t have time.
    • This has the makings of an ’80s teen movie.

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