I mean nothing that is done in grade school really matters. At least in my experience.
All the effort you put into being "cool" and making friends mean nothing. Your "aspiration" of being "cool" probably only drove you further away from having a prosperous future (you fried your brain with who knows what, you risked getting STDs and unwanted pregnancies which could ruin your future married life, you commited crimes that can get you locked up, you slacked off and skipped school which only leads to degenerate behaviour down the road, you developed an undeserved sense of entitlement which was crushed when you saw the reality of the cruel world)
Any genuine friends you had left shortly after highschool ended
Most likely your highschool crush (and all the "relationships" before then) didn't pan out. Leaving you broken-hearted
Any work you put into classes means pretty much nothing, since you graduate pretty much no matter what and the real world is a lot more messy than neatly organized letter grades. (Thank goodness for me)
You invested a ton of time into mastering a sport and building a killer body. Only to find out that you lost that multi-million dollar spot in the National-Whatever-League to one of the other million jocks vying for that position. Then disappointingly did the next best thing. Became this guy vvv watching your dream unfold with some other idiot who just happened to win the lottery of life.
Anybody have actual valuable experiences gleamed from grade school, or am I totally correct.