Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

996 Words Oct 13th, 2015 4 Pages
Preconceptions For as long as I can remember, I have always been intimidated by the thought of purchasing my next car at a car dealership. It all seems so overwhelming. There are masses of car sales people scrambling around you, trying to make the next sale. There are huge clutters of vehicles present to choose from. The staggering pressure to make that final decision is unbelievable. It is unclear to me why someone would even consider visiting one of those death traps. Could anything be worse? The day finally arrived when I had to make a venture into what seemed liked chaos. Pulling into the parking lot of the car dealership, I was astonished at what I saw. Regardless of what my preconceptions were, I was about to have an enlightening experience. Stepping out of the car, I analyzed the environment around me. A gust of fresh air flowed swiftly through my hair and caressed my face. The temperature outside was profoundly hot and humid. My dark t-shirt begun to heat up, due to the rays of sunshine blazing down upon me. The heat pierced through my skin and sweat seeped from my pores. The black and rough asphalt crumbled beneath my feet as I walked. I could tell that it was recently paved because of how smooth it was when I slid my shoe across it. I could feel the sweat collecting on both of my palms because of the anxiety I gathered prior to my visit. Everything seemed heavier at the time. My pendant pulled my neck down to the floor. I could barely lift my shoes off the…

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