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  • The Pot And Which Is The Kettle Analysis

    I’ll put on my good shoes I’ll use my best murderin’ bat. Fighting trousers Adventure shoes I’ll get my best screamo mix tape I’ll bring the coke, you get the mentoes “Am I racist now?” It doesn’t “Jump the shark” so much as “Strap a jet engine to it’s back, hit the ramp at 700 miles an hour, and launch itself into low orbit” Slowly but surely, like a hungry yet overweight rhinocerous How’s the studying coming? In skips and jumps, like a young girl traversing a field boobytrapped with firecrackers In skips and bursts, like a young girl periodically getting chased by wild dogs Like Brownian motion – really fast, but I’m still not getting anywhere (Homestuck) Like filling a bucket with a hole in… nevermind, bad metaphor. In skips and pops – At high speed with screeching halts – like a drag race across an elementary school playground Fast, but a little bumpy – like a drag race across an elementary school playround How’ve you been lately? “You 'd think that not only was life giving him lemons, it was giving him them as a suppository" -A Wizard Named Harry X thought about what xe was going to say. [“I thought ____” or “Is that ____”? etc.] Nailed it. ///stollen from a movie: “Listen lady, I only speak two languages: English and bad English” This is the ’90s. You don’t just go around punching people. You have to say something cool first - "A real woman could stop you from drinking." - "It’d have to be a real BIG woman." (Arthur (1981)) Cry me a river, then drown…

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  • I Am A Passionate To Me Analysis

    I am a passionate, hard working, teenage girl who does not know what to do with my life. All I dream about is traveling to warm, tropical places. I have a lot of friends but I feel so different from all of them. I get angry more than I probably should. I want to change a lot about myself but I do not know how. I became this way because of the environment that I am forced to be surrounded by. I have no opinions because I was not asked about how I felt about things as a child. My parents tend to…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Day At A Couple For Time

    It was a gorgeous, but frigid Wednesday afternoon in January as I made it to Wadsworth library around two o’ clock. Checking my watch, I made sure it was two. I was meeting my best friend, Zaire for lunch and when I tell you that he’s a stickler for time, the boy’s been on time for everything since I first met him in ninth grade. The library was quiet with patrons on the computers while some older folks were playing chess in the back corner. I scanned the spot for Zaire, but found no sight of…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Car Ride

    The car ride back from the hospital is terrifying. Half of me wants to shut my eyes to block out the city that is whirring past me; the other half is too scared. This is the first time I have been in a car since my accident. I always heard that the first ride is the hardest; I always laughed at the cliché things the doctors said to me. "It 's okay to cry." they said. "It will be hard." they said. I am certainly not laughing anymore. The seatbelt seems too heavy on my delicate new skin and I…

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  • Descriptive Essay About Girlfriend

    My “Bestfriend” “ So you won’t talk to me?” I asked him. He smiled down at the floor and nodded his head. He took a seat a couple of seats away from me. Whoever knew that a school bus could be a start of a friendship? I definitely did not, but this is how it all started. On August 11th, 2011, I became best friends with a special person. His name was William. He had been there before for me whenever my silly young age relationship ended. Then, Unexpectedly in sixth grade I started…

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  • Personal Narrative: An Interview With A New Girl

    friend, of course, nothing more special than that… She also told me that I should have talked to her earlier – maybe she could have done something to help me. Anyway, that made me hopeless with approaching girls again; it was another failed attempt of mine… During the last part of the conversation, I was expecting some motivation from her. But instead she said with a strong voice, “A girl’s friend-zone is not easy to get away from.” Yes, I was friend-zoned. I was terribly sad for days! It wasn’t…

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  • Importance Of Kpop

    thing - anyone and everyone can listen to any type of music and just enjoy it, no matter the language boundaries or what anybody else thinks of a certain type of music; it still gives the same message. K-pop is a musical genre that originates from South Korea and has recently gained popularity due to its boldness, catchiness, and uniqueness. It is something people have never heard or seen before - it’s an interesting twist to music because it breaks language barriers. K-pop is superior to every…

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  • Katy Perry Firework Essay

    chose this song because I enjoy listening to it and because it’s inspiring song. This song touches me personally right down to the core when I am in a bad mood it gets me up and motives me to do my best. Katy Perry’s “Firework” song is an empowering thing, full of real people discovering their inner beauty and stepping out loudly and proudly, no matter what their detractors may say. “I think that’s why I wrote it, is because I really believe in people and I believe that people have a spark to be…

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  • Rap Music Essay

    and ever since the twenty first century, over ninety-seven million songs of all different cultures and languages have been recorded. Such a large amount of various sounds, instruments, and lyrics, makes one wonder why producers have decided to invest so much of their effort into what may seem to be only noise. However, music has taken the world by swarm ever since medieval times, and has roots leading to eras as old as the prehistoric. Music of any genre creates a mood for the listener to…

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  • Why Is Music Important In The Elementary Classroom

    and joyful experience in the classroom. A teacher can help motivate special learners by having them try new things, such as learning how to sing new song or play a different instrument, to challenge their minds and cause them to work harder and learn progressively. If the disabled child is upset, listening to music or playing with the instruments can also soothe the child and improve their mood. Though special learners may not great at singing or playing an instrument, what matters is that they…

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