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Freaky Finds: Teenagers Now Forming Their Own Wolf Packs

Since I’m long past my high school days, those of you out there who are more familiar with what it’s like to attend high school in the year 2010 will have to let me know whether this is normal teenage behavior or simply a group of kids who watched Teen Wolf and Twilight one too many times.

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Oh yes, whether they were inspired by the old school Michael J. Fox film from the ‘80s or Taylor Lautner’s ripped wolf abs, we do not know, but what we do know is that kids from around the country are starting to form their own wolf packs, complete with a furry tail that they attach to the back of their pants.
Though it sounds bizarre, it’s better than breaking the law or turning to violence for attention. As one wolf pack member put it, “We're not a gang at all. Gangs are like posers. They just want attention, that's why they go along tagging stuff. The pack? We're a family. We go to each other for our problems." So far I haven’t spotted anyone named Stiles attempting to make money off these “teen wolves” by selling t-shirts with their pictures on them, but give it time.
Are you part of a teen wolf pack at school? Do you know anyone who is? Do you think this is strange, or should these kids be commended for staying out of trouble by turning to each other for guidance and advice?
Watch a news clip featuring the wolf packs below …


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