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  • Personal Narrative: What If I Changed Me?

    knew it my alarm clock was ringing. “Brrrrrr brrrrr brr” I groaned at that all too familiar sound. Should i go? Is it worth me getting up at 6 am for? I rubbed my eyes and got up. I looked up straight and saw Nathan. I laughed out loud as I saw Nate lip syncing and dancing and he glared at me. “Ellie if I get there and your not ready i’m leaving and then you'll have to walk yourself to school” yelled Nate from across the window and that snapped me back into reality and I darted…

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  • Tattoos Effect On Society

    Tattoos have become quite the phenomenon in recent years. There are people with ink on them everywhere in the United States. A few years back it was rare even taboo to see so many people with tattoos. Not only has the number of people with tattoos increased, but also the number of tattoos a person has. Also part of the phenomenon is that woman are tattooed just as much as men are. The million-dollar question is what is the cause for this increase in popularity of tattoos. The increase and…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Going Home To Home

    My mom peeks into our bedroom. Two little girls are fast asleep in a twin sized bed. The lips of a three year old shaping into a perfect little o. Pacifier tightly grasped by the 5 month old. She blinks. “Girls! It’s time to eat!”, she exclaims. This time she peers into the same bedroom. The same girls sit on the ragged and roughed-up pink…

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  • The Morality Of Tattoos

    “Good luck finding a job!” Every tattooed person hears this phrase at least once in his or her lifetime, if not, every other day. The popularity of tattoos has grown a lot with the beginning of the 21st century, and they have become more and more accepted and tolerated. A poll conducted by Fox News in March 2014 suggests that one out of every five Americans who voted has at least one or more tattoos (13). The most common reasons to get a tattoo are to perpetuate something of value – a dead or…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Breast Implants

    In 2012 alone nearly 24 percent of Americans had more than one tattoo (Body Modification & Body Image." Bradley University). But when it comes to Body modifications many Americans think of just tattoos, piercings, etc. but the complete definition of a body modification is anything that changes the natural appearance of the body, so tanning, dieting, plastic surgery, even brushing of the teeth all count as body mods (Body Modification & Body Image." Bradley…

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  • Battle Hymn Of The Tiger Mother Essay

    “suppose” to act like. Never to open your legs when you sit down, only boy can. No wearing makeup. No crop tops, booty shorts, and piercings other than the ears. In Asia, a great number of teenage girls, and women strive for the innocent and cute look, therefore, everyone dreams to be super skinny (90-100 lbs), have pale skin, an oval shaped face, high nose bridge, red plumped lips, and double eyelids (Hua). Southeastern Asian relatives, not only parents ruthlessly insult you if you do not fit…

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  • Descriptive Essay About City Life

    City Life Scanning the clouds of Los Angeles, I drive my coupé around the city. The sky is blue, with a slight orange tint, alongside the dancing clouds floating around. Looking at my surroundings, I found so many uniform posters and flags sticking to the sidewalk. Squinting my eyes, I can see what it says: “Do you realize you don’t even need real foods? The only way to get healthy!” Ah commercials, I think. Ever since I existed in the world, foods have been scarce to mankind. What we eat…

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  • Jacob's Clouds: A Narrative Fiction

    “Jacob?” a quite, petite voice said. The white light was streaming in through my eyelids. My eyes opened, to see the bluest sky I had ever seen. Clouds floated in the air so beautifully, almost as if they were dancers on stage. As oxygen flooded into my lungs, I instantly felt rejuvenated and healed in places I didn’t even know was broken. I was laying in a field of grass, completely content with where I was. The grass was soft, almost as soft as a pillow. I was on a slight hill, with shade…

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  • Adversity In Everyday Life

    filed into the locker room which every one of these men had once spent every day of fall in. Walking through the doorway felt like entering into a whole world of emotion, every feeling from my four years of football hit me at a single moment with a piercing wave of nostalgia. Every feeling was centered in my stomach, which became so heavy with feelings of pain, victory, and defeat creating what felt like a bowling ball inside myself weighing down my whole torso. I thought of every pregame and…

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  • Taloria Anzaldua How To Tame A Wild Tongue Analysis

    In the essay “How To Tame A Wild Tongue” by Gloria Anzaldua the author touches upon issues like the division within and between languages and how an attack on her language is an attack on her as a human being. The author overcomes much adversity as she is not only prosecuted for her language by English speakers but by some people within her own culture.Her own mother had told her that without learning to speak English without an accent she would never be able to amount to anything worthwhile in…

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