Don 't Judge A Book By Its Cover Essay

801 Words Jul 28th, 2015 4 Pages
Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover People are going to make assumptions about you anywhere you go, it’s just a part of life. From the way you dress, to the way you look, to the things you hear and many more. But who are we to judge? My eighth year I transferred to Pershing Middle School and I was considered the new girl, I hated it. Everybody had their own clique of friends and everybody knew each other and then there’s me…walking around school like a lost puppy. It wasn’t hard for me to make friends I’m always open to making new friends; I love meeting new people. As the year went by I started opening up to people and started to get to know everybody. There was this one girl named Corie and I was kind of iffy with because I always kept hearing bad stuff about her but she would be around some of my friends. Since I was hearing bad stuff about her I made an assumption and went off what I heard instead of giving her a chance. In my head I have the mindset if I’m hearing horrible and nasty things about then I don’t want to be around you. Why would I want to be friends with someone like that? As the saying goes “birds of a feather flock together”. Then again is it right for someone to judge someone for what they heard? No everything you hear isn’t true. People are going to do what makes them happy and not care what anyone else thinks because it’s their life and their decisions. My freshmen year I went to Lamar High School and a lot of people that I knew went there; which was…

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