Smart people have it good. Sure, they might get pushed around in high school, but once they reach adulthood, they get the biggest paychecks and the Nobel prizes.
This is a problem for the 50 percent of us who are below average in intelligence, but not an insurmountable one. The first step is making other people believe you're smart. Fortunately, researchers of above-average intelligence have discovered the best methods already:
That's about all I've got for you—trying to be smart is hard and tiring! For more ideas, I suggest that you try asking the nearest genius. You'll recognize them because they'll be good-looking and wearing a polo shirt.