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  • Humorous Wedding Speech: How To Fuck A Girl

    be smart but not too smart, be a jock, date the hottest cheerleader; Eat healthy, don’t get fat, drink alcohol, smoke pot; Dress nice, have a decent haircut, get yourself a smooth ride; Go to all the parties, do shots, start a fight, learn how to fuck a girl; I want to make love to a girl; Learn how to defend yourself, never back down from a challenge, don’t be a pussy; Never let somebody push you around, don’t get bullied, you be the bully; Become the MVP not the faggot I imagine you are; I am…

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  • How Do You Fuck A Fat Woman Analysis

    question by family members, friends, and acquaintances. Yes, I used to weigh less than 130 pounds in my life, and I used to fit into size 4 dresses. Nowadays, I fit into size 14 dresses and weigh 175 pounds. Like Kate Harding in her article, “How Do You Fuck a Fat Woman?” I struggle with accepting myself. Society teaches women to be ashamed of their bodies. They learn to believe that they aren’t beautiful if they are not skinny. Shaming women for the number of pounds they weigh not only damages…

    Words: 1248 - Pages: 5
  • To Kill A Mockingbird Songs Analysis

    Music Composer for To Kill a Mockingbird • “Ultralight Beam” by Kanye West is the first song on this soundtrack. The second verse by Kelly Price talks about how “You persecute the weak / Because it makes you feel so strong,” similar to when Atticus talks about how Mayella is putting this man on trial so she doesn’t have to deal with the fact she kissed a black man. They both possess the mood of being somber. The song makes you feel as if there are problems that have been corrected and you…

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  • Why People Listen To Music

    Music is a Luxury A lot of people listen to music and a lot of different people listen to a variety of music. People consider music as a healer and they think that people like to listen to music just to comfort them. People want music to take away all the pain and they don’t want to have to deal with stuff so they just turn on a song and it just brings them in a better mood. If someone is also listening to music they think that a certain song will bring back a lot of memories and some of those…

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  • First Baptist Church In Denton, Texas: Music Analysis

    For this essay, I will be reviewing music in a social context. I attended First Baptist Church in Denton, Texas on October 25, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. I have attended this specific church once before and fell in love with its music and atmosphere. The atmosphere of the church feels very warm, comfortable, and cozy. Both the coordinators and members of the church are very welcoming as they greeted everyone that walks through the doors. The deacons, or coordinators, led us to seating to wait until the…

    Words: 1030 - Pages: 4
  • How Music Affects Society

    A difficult question that someone can ask you, is how would you define music. Music is so many things to so many different people. It can be a way out, a way to express yourself, or it may even be a part of your culture. Music has come so far from when Beethoven and Mozart created their own music. Music has shifted gears to adding auto tune and many other things that help enhance an artist’s musical performance or music in general. Music back then was known as pleasure or a night out to…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Apple Music

    Music has become “man's red flower” of modern times. Apple products have taken the technological world by storm and have begun to revolutionize the musical world within the past decade. On May 28, 2014, Apple announced the purchase of Beats electronics and Beats Music for 3 billion U.S. dollars. In acquiring the famous music business, Apple began to promote their new addition with inspirational commercials. The 2015 Apple Music ad opens up with a radio host announcing Pharrell Williams’ new…

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  • Sample Music Concert Report

    For this concert report, I attended a concert at The Runcible Spoon. This was on a Tuesday evening and the environment was different than I thought. What struck me was the environment of the concert. I didn’t feel like I was really at a concert as I thought that I would because of the informality and it being at a concert. From going to this concert, I was able to conclude that concerts at restaurants have a much different feel to them than formal concerts. When we walked in, the musicians…

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  • The King's Speech: Swearing As A Global Language

    Swearing as global language! Are ‘bad’ words necessarily bad? Recently I saw a great movie called ‘The King’s Speech’, which led me to this question. First of all, I recommend everybody reading this blogpost and everybody not reading this blogpost to watch this movie because it is funny and interestingly themed. Besides, I recommend everybody to pay special attention to the swearing in the movie, partly because it makes one of the funniest scenes and partly because to me this scene says a lot…

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  • Creative Writing: Mock Delivery Kid

    rhythmically tapped the wooden floor, where his discarded cigarette butts were being squashed. The scent of the Ruby’s Jazz Club only intensified the experience. McCormick now owned this place, and could do whatever and whomever he wanted inside of it. Fuck ‘em. Stroking my dick inside this once hell-hole that I’ve built…

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