Teen Dramas on TV—I don’t see the appeal in those kinds of shows, personally. There are way too many plots to follow, and I don’t see why anyone would want to indulge in those sort of concepts. Well, unless they relate to them, I guess.
Hectic Schedules—What ever happened to slowing down? Adults with crazy lives are one thing, but kids and teens deserve a childhood! I’m not saying having a lot of extracurriculars has to be mutually exclusive to that, but I think it does cut into it.
People who take Pleasure in Others’ Pain—Well, duh. Especially if it’s physical pain. The person you’re laughing at could need freaking MEDICAL attention for all you know.
PE Class in Elementary School—Really, people of my past. It’s called “I was born with a low muscle tone.” I may have been a little too stubborn about exercise, but I really wish people would have believed that the things I said were hard for me actually were.
Sophistication—It appears to me that all “sophistication” means is being fake and trying to sound impressive. From my perspective, a world of sophistication means a world of being on guard.