They say they value individuality, but in reality that’s not the case. They shun what makes you you, and what makes me me. They want us to be just like them, a cookie-cutter. Mass produced cookies in a snicker doodle factory. The problem is, the real you and the real me wont fit in the machine. We’re hand-made, shaped by ourselves and those around us. You can’t force me in a box because I’ll break free. You can’t keep me out because I hold the key. I don’t want to be forced into a square with friendship as collateral. I just want to be liked as an oddly shaped quadrilateral. I don’t want be you so don’t try to change me. Let me do what I want with my life. I don’t want to deal with you as a cause of strife. I just want to do what I do best, being me.