As I finish up my last semester of schooling here before I go off to a four year college, I have realized one thing about community college: It's just like an anime.
Nobody takes a community college seriously. It's like I'm living in my own little slice of life comedy, minus the comedy part. And probably a smaller slice since I'm here in the cave most of the time anyways. But there are some connections made nevertheless:
Sometimes the teachers are younger than the students.
There are also those "people." You know those people. Those people that fall into their own group. Usually, this group includes themselves only. In anime, they're usually the main character, usually not in class because they are out engaged in card battles l or something. Or they could be the character that runs around and randomly bursts into song. In anime, these people are normal. In Community College, these are "those people."
In the cafeteria during lunch, I can already pick out these people easily, especially since they always sit at the same tables permanently marked by the greasy stains from their Magic cards. The Micheal Jackson kid sings very loud, and is really not hard to miss either. Also, we can't forget about the pokemanz.
back corner having a plot-progressing monologue. Plot? I just want to play Minecraft on my laptop.