Normal is another way to say "average" ... and to get an average, you have to have either (1) everything be the exact same or (2) a wide range of things. IMO, #2 is far better when it comes to having choices.
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Normal? Pssh. What is normal anyway? Who defines normal? Our society? What defines normal? Where all different, so then I suppose that by means of society none of us are normal. We all have quirks and little things. I most defiantly wouldn't define myself as normal in means of what "normal" demands, which at that point I'm not sure what those demands are. But I suppose that some fit into that category more, making them more "normal". Which its ok not to fit into that catagory yes. But I personally believe Normal is whatever you are. Being who you are is the most ok thing ever. (sorry for my rambling, hope I helped. It's ok to not be considered "normal".)
Don't worry, i'm abnormal as well.. but yet again... what is the defentition of normal? For every group in school there is a normal place for them. For example for one group crazy and fun is normal for them... another is a group of hot jocks who flirt 24/7 and that is normal for them... and another group is good at expressing themselves in forms of art work, songs, and stories.. that is their version of normal. So you see? Normal doesn't only have one meaning to it, it has many. Everything we do, see, and say is our own kind of normal. Tell this to someone next time they call you weird or strange.
If everyone was normal then life would be boring us weird people make life interesting and fun to live so if anyone calls you weird tell them this, "I have one word for you, thank you (ThankYou)." now go out there and make life better and interesting
"normal" as you put it is a label to separate us from with in our selves dividing us to the point that we now have many different social fraction even in childhood those who do not conform to the faction that currently has the most people in it (or the POP fraction as I like to put it) or do not fit there stereo type (such as White boys who can dance or black men who suck at basket ball) are labeled abnormal and treated as outcasts but that's just from with in the POP fraction once out of the "normal" group the person is normally taken in by one of the smaller fractions and is considered normal in that group. so in realty it impossible to not be normal because once your abnormal to one group your normal to another, so yes it is ok not to be normal because you can't not be normal.
So most everyone will answer that you shouldn't be normal, so this makes not being normal the social norm OHH your'e so normal whether you like it or not and either way nobody, nobody, will care about you in 200 years. So stop asking questions and figure it out for yourself, damn. I kind of think your'e trolling though, this question is kind of, idk, popular teenage white girl Beiber fan who saw a hipster for the first time or something.
What do you mean by "not normal"? i think it's okay 2 have something that's embarrassing, everybody does. I don't care if it's Selena Gomez! Everyone has something they don't like about their bodies or thoughts. I have something pretty embarrassing , too! Wanna hear it? Read my comment below....
Normal is an incorporated town in McLean County, Illinois, United States. It had a population of 52,497 as of the 2010 census. Normal is the smaller of two principal municipalities of the Bloomington-Normal metropolitan area. Normal is the seventh-most populous community in Illinois, outside of the Chicago Metropolitan Area.
Originally known as North Bloomington, the town was given the name of Normal in February 1865 and officially incorporated in 1867. The name was taken from Illinois State Normal University, a normal school (teacher-training institution) located there. The school has since been renamed Illinois State University after becoming a general four year university. Normal is adjacent to Bloomington, Illinois, and when mentioned together they are known as the "Twin Cities", "Bloomington-Normal", "B-N", or "Blo-No." Hope this helps!