Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Similess

    Similes are probably one of the easiest forms of elements of literature. They use use 'like' or 'as' to compare to things, making them easier then metaphors. Similes can add humor or love to a seemingly boring item. They add color and light to your words. They make your tale more vivid and relatable. Just be care not to over do it. Also, try not to make your similes noticeable, you want them to just flow with your words.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

DRUNK!!! I don't think so!

I'm sorry I just gotta get this off my chest. So today I was texting one of my friends, and suddenly she says she's drunk! I was like WHAT!!!!????? I then proceeded to tell her all of the things that could go wrong with that decision. Like, if you started to drive, you could kill yourself or some one else. Or both of you. It raises your blood pressure. Drink too much and you can get alcohol poisoning and possibly die. Plus, shes only 14!
She told me I sounded like a mom or the health teacher. I told her, "Good, you need it!"
Again sorry about my random rant here, but I just had to say something! Oh, and in case any one is wondering no she doesn't go to RPA.


REMEMBER NO DRINKING, TEENS!!!!!!