|For some, drama starts in secondary school. But it reaches its peak in everyone’s life in high-school. There are never more world ending disasters happening than when in high-school. Starting with a bad haircut or the wrong outfit and continuing with love or “professional” drama. There is always an older not interested boy or a bitchy girl with shallow interests. There are always fights, cat fights, getting drunk at the wrong party and kissing someone you will run away from the next day.
There also needs to be a great love. Or a great adventure…Or simply something with a considerable greatness (given the right perspective). And there are the worshiping shrines people build in high-school. It’s not a musician you like, it’s someone you adore. And a book that impressed you, well one could speak of it for days…And the friendships! Ah, any mistake is a drama! And the making up process needs to involve tears…
Anyway, all this drama should remain in high-school, but we tend to preserve bits and parts of it. Stash them for the future, when the call for soap-opera happenings kicks in…Therefore the need to complicate things, to have double-meanings, mind games, rules never to be broken for the sake of human kind etc. But how exactly should we let it go? Wouldn’t life be less spicy? Wouldn’t there be less mockery material for those of us enjoying mockery so much?