Queen Bee


I can say you’re fat
Or make fun if you’re skinny

I can call you a nerd
Or tell you that you’re dumb

I can call you a slut
Or say that you’re a dork

I can tell others you’re mean
Or tell them you’re a wuss

I can ridicule your religion
Or make fun that you’re an atheist

I can laugh that you’re pale
Or make fun that you’re dark

I can say you sleep around
Or tell others that you’re gay

I can make fun that you can play sport
Or laugh and say you’re like a boy

I can treat you well today
Or ignore you tomorrow

I can be your best friend
Or can tell others you’re shallow

I can tell you to trust me
And then divulge your secrets

I can ask you to confide in me
And then stab you in the back

I can put you down
I can cut you bad

I can say whatever I want
I don’t care for consequences

And your feelings don’t matter
You have to be with me to truant

I want to be popular
And that’s all I care

I will do whatever
It takes to be up there

I am after all, the one they all fear
I am after all, the Queen Bee of our year

(c) Sanch Vee @ Sanch Writes (16 November 2009)

  1. soin

    November 16, 2009 at 10:36 am

    no sympathy from someone whose been there and maybe done it all?? i can see in some blogs where teenage girls bite your head off if you say you have seen it all..anyways part of the job nah..free

  2. Legal Alien

    November 16, 2009 at 12:18 pm

    Aww.. Psych. Hope you’re feeling better. This current generation is way different from ours and I’ve met a few teenage girls who are so bitchy and don’t know the meaning of friendship.

  3. BlueMist

    November 16, 2009 at 1:01 pm

    It is something to do with their age group ? peer pressure ? I always felt teen age is very difficult to handle as parents.

  4. G

    November 16, 2009 at 3:45 pm

    Hugs. Go get yourself some coffee.
    And I did not know about this attitude teenagers have. It sucks .. big time. 🙁

  5. Titaxy

    November 16, 2009 at 4:21 pm

    sucks, doesn’t it? i don’t know how you deal with all this in a daily basis, i know i won’t be able to…hugs!!!

    but come to think of it, is it really just teeange girls that do all this? if they are like this in their teenage, i think it only gets worse as they get older…they don’t get any better..adn these things still go on…

    @soin – not talking for Psych here, but as far as I’m concerned, I can’t say “been there done that”…i’ve been there yeah, but as I remember it, i haven’t done anything even close to this…
    and abt teenage girls biting your head off when you you’ve seen it all – I think that’s a trait in all ages…whenever someone older than you says the’ve been there done it and offer us advice, how many times do we really listen and act accordingly without thinking “as if you know it all”…

  6. Melissa

    November 16, 2009 at 8:25 pm

    I wish it was all left behind at high school. I’m feeling the effects of it now, 20 years later, from my sister and her friends.

    It’s just as hurtful.

  7. Sanch, the writer

    November 17, 2009 at 11:44 am

    @ Soin: Been there, done that? Does that mean you did this too? And by the way, just because this is part of my job doesn’t make it any less frustrating.

    @ Legal Alien: Tell me about it! I mean, I know we used to tease people as well (not claiming to be a saint), but we didn’t have such fickle friendships…you stuck up for your friend

    @ BM: Well, girls in general can be bitchier but teenagers probably take the cake. Having said that, if you see Melissa’s comment, it appears that it does continue beyond high school

    @ Smita: Will do…

    @ G: Yes…there’s probably very few that value friendship…

    @ Titaxy: I don’t know how I deal with it either! I think I just come and vent out here. And you know, you could be right in that it gets worse as they get older…see Melissa’s comment. Maybe some of them change due to other circumstances or learning a lesson though…

    @ Melissa: Sorry to hear that it continues even beyond high school. It goes to show that it’s probably not got to do with just the egocentrism of adolescence but to do with certain temperaments and personalities.

  8. soin

    November 18, 2009 at 4:27 am

    no no i meant being a girl you might have been like that in your teens..i mean most teenagers are atleast one of the things said above..free

  9. Sanch, the writer

    November 19, 2009 at 9:04 am

    @ Soin: Well contrary to your perception, I wasn’t like that. I am not perfect and I definitely like my share of gossip but I am a loyal friend. I am still friends with my close friends from school. The point of this post was to show how some girls, esp nowadays, want to reign over the others and will do whatever it takes to get there. They don’t really have a friend in the true sense of the word.

  10. Janine

    May 7, 2012 at 1:14 pm

    I hear you and feel for you as we have an almost 15 year old who move between being bullied and something else entirely…

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