I Didn 't Take It Anymore Essay

1097 Words Nov 23rd, 2015 5 Pages
That was it; I couldn’t take it anymore. The professor’s monotonous tone finally got to me as she just droned on with the lecture. Couldn’t she tell how much pain I was in? Couldn’t anyone tell how I was just seconds away from having a meltdown? Of course not, if it doesn’t involve them, they don’t care. Anger flashed within me as I quickly stood up, my chair scraping against the linoleum floor behind me, creating a horrible screeching noise. Everyone simultaneously turned to look at me, the girl who no one even knew existed, as I made a scene in front of everyone. I felt my anger recede as it was quickly replaced with embarrassment. My face turned bright red as I adverted my eyes downward and began to gather my belongings. I attempted to stuff everything into my backpack but soon realized that to no avail, it wouldn’t close. I frantically began to pull my belongings back out until I could zip the bag close and flung it over my shoulder as I haphazardly tried to grab everything else and hold it my arms. I felt everyone’s judging gaze burn holes in my back as I rushed out of the room and down the hall. I had to get out of here before I broke down crying. Several people in the hall stopped and looked at me as I barreled towards the front door, refusing to make eye contact. When I finally reached my car, I threw everything in the back seat as I slid behind the wheel and started the engine. I didn’t know where I was going, all I knew was that I couldn’t stay here and I couldn’t…

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