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I was a geek in high school
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"I was a geek in high school"

- David Schwimmer

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David Schwimmer's quote "I was a geek in secondary school" implies that he was an outsider during his secondary school years. He likely seemed like he really did not harmonize the prominent crowd and also was much more thinking about academics and intellectual searches. He may have been seen as a little bit of an outcast, but he was most likely valued by his peers for his intelligence as well as devotion to his studies. Schwimmer's quote is a suggestion that it's okay to be various which it's feasible to locate success even if you don't fit in with the preferred group. It's a tip that it's essential to stay real to yourself as well as to focus on what you're passionate regarding. Schwimmer's quote is a suggestion that it's feasible to find success and also happiness even if you don't fit in with the popular crowd.

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This quote is written / told by David Schwimmer somewhere between November 12, 1966 and today. He was a famous Actor. The author also have 15 other quotes.

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