Life is full of embarrassing moments (trust me, I would know). I know we have all been asked hundreds of times to write an essay on one of our most embarrassing moments we’ve experienced. Most of the time people write down the time they stood in front of the class and choked because they forgot how to say words, spilled juice on themselves at lunch and walked around looking like they peed themselves, or maybe their crush turned them down in front of the whole class.
Your whole life, even without you knowing it, there were constant changes going on. For example, you changed your outfit everyday, you changed the way you parted your hair, you even changed your name to a nickname. All these are small, harmless changes, but when is a change most prominent? I know for a fact in middle school you had your best friends, or “BFFL”, and you were convinced nothing could ever come between you two. That was until that cute boy came along and smiled at you.
One question that comes to mind when faced with a situation is what should you do? Should you stay silent and let it go or should you speak up? Since we were little, we have been faced with these decisions, starting from when you saw your sibling do something bad like stealing candy from the top of the fridge that you know is your parents. Of course you kept quiet because your sibling bribed you with a piece of your favorite candy.
The importance of keeping a clean environment is very crucial. Living with roommates can be hard to accomplish this; well, at least living with boys. The world is a crazy, dirty, nasty place, that is what showers are for. All that outside dirt you bring in gets your house dirty not to mention I have three pets that shed like nobody’s business. The real issue is that I live with two boys, excuse me, “grown men”. We all go about our daily lives, which consists of sitting downstairs playing games on the couch, cooking and eating dinner, playing with our animals, and most importantly living. With this comes mess, and a whole lot of it. That is where cleaning comes into play.
The hardest part about becoming a vegetarian is finding food in the lunchroom…and restaurants… and the mall. The easiest place to look is to drive yourself to the grocery store and open the cooler to be amazed by the huge selection of vegetarian food! That was sarcasm… People always ask me, “Why do you want to be a vegetarian?” I look them in their soul and ask if they would be okay if someone took their family pooch, abused it, then fried it with some onions. This is not okay folks! So why is it socially acceptable to eat cows, chickens, frogs, pigs, and lambs?