Argumentative Essay About Cookies

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To me, being invisible is like having an unlimited supply of your favorite cookie. In the beginning, you start slow, you are reasonable with your cookie consumption. You eat the cookie maybe after a meal as dessert but later you can 't get enough of the cookie. Eating one leads to another being consumed, which in turn leads to another, and all of a sudden, several months later, you’ve gained several pounds, probably have some type of sugar problem, and just the thought of a cookie will make you sick to your stomach. At first, glance, having Gyges’s ring seems like nothing could go wrong, but having too much of something can have it’s adverse effects. Just like the first days of the cookie, having Gyges’s ring and being invisible would be a …show more content…
I think that my pranks would get worse. I feel that at this point I would probably have a life changing moment with the ring. I would probably see something that maybe I shouldn 't have had, or I would probably have heard something. The curious mind inside of me would want to know more. At this point, I have tested the limits of the ring and have truly realized that no one can actually see me. With this realization, my vigilante mode would be awakened. I think I would sneak into places, trying to get more information. Information that with my visibility I would never even found. I would have no limits any consequences cause all the information would be with me and only me. No one has figured out that I have all this information, no one has noticed a change. My binge eating has started. My biggest obstacle would probably be not knowing what I need. To know what information I don 't know. The information will be my sugar, my drug and I want more, so then that 's when I think I would probably start following people. People, That in my mind have the information. By following these people I think I would learn a lot about them. I would probably learn about them that I would actually want to know, but the information is so good, that I would probably continue to in the realist sense stalk …show more content…
My invisibility has become my sugar addiction. Knowing that no one can see me, means that I know no one can stop me. I would probably want to keep my invisibility, but I would want to be made aware of. At this point, I would probably start blackmailing people in positions of power. I have so much information over them, that if they didn 't do what I asked, I would tell the people things that they have tried so hard to hide. My power would continue to grow and grow and no one could stop me because they can 't see me, they have no proof of my actions. Thinking about it too, I would probably be mad at society as well. I have a view of people as they truly are, not as what they seem to be to others. My self-titled self would believe that I was superior to these people, and believe that all the horrible things I was doing were probably in the good for our society. I mean I have the knowledge over everything, so I have the answers to

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