Honestly, I have never experienced this “peer pressure” before. If you don’t know what the word “peer” means, it means somebody your age or grade, or…

Honestly, I have never experienced this “peer pressure” before. If you don’t know what the word “peer” means, it means somebody your age or grade, or something like that. For example, Joe is 12, and his friend Bob is 12, so they would be peers. O.K., back to topic, peer pressure is when some peer or a group of peers would pinpoint you into a dilemma. That dilemma might be making you to do something you don’t want to do, or you can’t. Say that peer or group of peers want you to go party with them, after a great soccer victory or something worth celebrating for. But, your family is looking for you to take you home and have a party there. The peers say you’ve got to choose now, or they’ll leave and say you don’t have guts or something equally insulting to you. You can go with your family and be trouble free and get insulted or party with the peer or group of peers, and get in trouble. That right there is peer pressure. Your peers are giving pressure to you. My advice, if your peers are pressuring you into to doing something you shouldn’t do, don’t do it.
– Matt