Best Prom Ever

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  • High School Pressure

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    The Pressure of High School High school is basically one big popularity contest, and the students will do anything it takes to be the winner. Everyone wants the most friends and to be at the best parties, at any cost. The students are young and experiencing new things, and that makes them very naïve and impressionable. Peer pressure is a very common aspect that students give in to just to be a cool kid. Peer pressure can push people into doing things that they wouldn’t normally do. I was sixteen

  • Creative Writing: Skipping School

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    do what I say. It’s a policy. Go big or go home Troy.” Alex dictated. “Ok fine” Troy answered. Troy got a black mask. He had a big pain in his stomach but he knew he was just nervous. He grabbed the Gun that Alex gave him and tried to look for the best person to rob nearby. He saw an old lady in a wheelchair so he ran up to her and he pointed the gun. “Give me all your money now.” Troy demanded. The lady was struggling to open the purse but eventually she opened it and took out 2,000 dollars worth

  • Graduation Speech : Junior Year Of High School Essay

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    that was the case we still wanted to enjoy ourselves and have fun as teens. It was about time we had some fun. One day Akrita mentions a brilliant statement over lunch, “ I just want to do something that we will always remember, I mean when do we ever do something crazy fun?.” I instantly agreed excitedly and brought up lists of ideas we could do. Normally we’d just talk the talk never walk the walk because we feared the consequences but i knew this time was going to be different. As that day passed

  • 50 Shades of Mt Druitt

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    Chapter 1… Even though he only had one tattoo I yearned him to fill the lonely hours between Dr Phil and days of our lives. as he approached me with his pasty white arms hanging out of a Nike vest,his smile told me it was dole day, and I knew my velour track suit would be hanging off the lampshade tonight. As I stood in line at centrelink, thinking up reasons why I can't work, a sweet smell drifted past my pig like nostrils. It was a mixture of weed, sweat and lynx Africa! I turned and there he was

  • Personal Narrative: Why I Hate My Name

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    of Olivia on birthday cards, but at the same time I'm not very close with any of them. Now, I especially love it when people say my name. It makes me feel like I’m wanted, and it’s so rare that I actually get excited when it happens. Even when a best friend I’ve known for years texts me saying “Olivia, I need to talk to you,” I get startled. When I raise my hand in class and the teacher picks on

  • Underage Drinking At Its Worst

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    got beer in bottles and in a keg, I got hard alcohol like whiskey, vodka, rum and all the mixers that you need for a good underage drinking party. The party was going great everyone was having a blast! Everyone showed up it was turning out to be the best party of the year. People showed up that we didn’t even invite, so they got charged at the door to cover the cost of the party. As the night went on and it was getting late people were starting to leave, we started to wind down and clean up a little

  • A Prom Divided Analysis

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    When I read through “A Prom divided” I find myself not surprised, sadly. This is something that really shows what the United States is coming to. So many people seem to be worried about what other people are like according to their appearances. They need to stop judging people by their looks and realize that the personality in someone and who they are is all that really matters. People everyday are not getting to do certain things because of some reason that should not define what they should be

  • Personal Narrative: The St.Judes Ranch Prom

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    year. It was one of the best decisions I’ve made. Being in the Youth council has really taught me a great deal and has given me a new perspective. Before joining the Youth Council I was seldom involved in any community service activities outside of my school. I was fortunate enough to find out about the Youth Council through a family member and quickly signed up to volunteer. The first event I ever volunteered with through the Youth Council was The St. Jude’s Ranch Prom. It was a very worthwhile

  • James Wilson: A Short Story

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    James Wilson: The best friend I ever had I swerved and stopped abruptly .No! James! I felt impotent as I stood there seeing my best friend turn into a ball of fire. If only I saw this coming. If only I warned him, or just waited till he got used to it. If only I refused his offer. I fell on my knees; tears falling off my face like rain drops. Memories crumbled, shattered… disappeared. My hands trembled with fear, confusion and guilt. It felt like I was interrogating myself, what will I say to

  • Analysis Of Tag Along By Tom Ryan

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    turn of events, for a wild, one-night-long adventure. The story changes into the perspective of the four main characters: Andrea, Candace, Paul, and Roemi. At the beginning of the novel, they start out as near-strangers all disappointed when their prom goes askew before it even begins, but by the end, after 8 hours of haphazard events, they have formed a strong bond. The characters and the readers alike learn many life lessons, however, all of which root towards the same big  meaning, that people