Hey there! Oof, that is really horrible! My advice is maybe try to make up with them, and ask them to become your friends again, if they refuse and continue to say mean things about you, try to find better friends because true friends wouldn’t say these sort of things to you.
I see the comment has reached 15 likes :D so time for the first post I guess! #DogoAvatarSquad advice for summer avatars. Try a light yellow/blue theme or maybe a tropical theme. Like my avatar you can set a pale yellow background along with light blue hair. A tropical theme would mean a mint background and brown hair possibly. Of course your summer avatar could be anything but here is just some small advice. :)
Firstly this was an awesome book. Gordon Korman did a great job, as always. Donovan Curtis is an average guy, total class clown and does weird things. After he breaks part of a statue as a prank, he gets “accidentally” sent off to the Academy of Scholastic Distinction when his principal makes a screw-up. The Academy has kids over 150+ IQ, including Noah Youkilis, who has an IQ of 206. But what these kids don’t know despite their amazing IQ, is how to be normal. When Donovan arrives, he does not achieve good grades and is not the gifted student he is “supposed” to be, but instead introduces a new level to the Academy kids. He introduces YouTube to Noah who ends up getting addicted to it, and Chloe Garfinkle may even have a small crush on him. The team is working on a new robot for a competition, and Donovan does not know ANYTHING about robotics but surfs Google for stickers to stick on the robot... (which Donovan named Heavy Metal Metallica Squarepants) but skilfully operates the joystick controlling Heavy Metal. Once his principal realises his mistake, he immediately sends Donovan back to his original school. The Academy kids realise they need Donovan more than ever now. But what could they do about it? Read Ungifted to find out!