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Examples Of Honey Baby Sweetheart

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Deb Caletti said in, Honey, Baby, Sweetheart “I was like a chocolate in a box, looking well behaved and perfect in place, all the while harboring a secret center.” Facades are used in everyday life all around you, but you never notice them. A prime example is my best friend. She acts rambunctious and like her friends when she is around them. She basically abandons the way she was raised to fit in and be popular. When she gets around her family she is the angel they raised. Facades are the worst lies because they can be very easily shattered, are destructive, and can wrongfully take an opportunity from another.
Like glass, facades can be very easily broken with even the smallest of fractures. An example of a small fracture can be changing the way you speak or the way you dress. People pick up on the smallest differences even the slightest things. After that small fracture come the shatter. Which brings on an abundance more to deal with and clean up. After the shatter comes the hurt of others. Facades are easily believed therefore when people see it was a lie they feel betrayed. Now that the façade is shattered along with the trust of betrayed the mess is left to be cleaned up. As an example of trying to clean up the mess author Stephanie Ericsson says in the essay The Ways We Lie “...I saw less than a hundred bucks. …I confronted him, he raised both eyebrows and tried to convince me that I’d heard him wrong” (476). To attempt to undo the havoc caused one of two options are
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