Conflicted and stuffI am a boring person by nature, and a little uptight. Maybe too uptight. I acknowledge that fact, and for the longest time, my family and friends accepted it without question. I just like peace and quiet, and I avoid parties and crowds, as well as general crazy behavior. What can I say? I am a boring person.More Like This
I am not saying I don't do crazy things; I will if I'm pressured enough and convinced that there will be no (apparent) consequences, but now my family is kicking it up a notch and telling me I have to change and be more outgoing. I'm always working, and when I'm not, I lock myself in my room and spout the excuse "I'm tired, don't bother me," over and over again. I can see why others would want me to change that, but I can't be pushing my body to the brink. I really am tired when I say I'm tired.
Then comes the confliction. I don't like being tired. I like having fun. I am a boring person, yet I like having fun, and I'll take any chance for fun the moment I see it. But I can't when
AP English 2: WorkStart from the bottom and work your way up.More Like This
Work harder and harder, it's never enough.
Who's working, I'm working, you're working, who?
It's the men working harder, it's just what we do.
Like robots, like slaves, we work like machines.
We work harder and harder, but what does it mean?
Work harder for money, work harder for boss.
Work harder to get some, but what have we lost?
For what are we working? For who do we please?
Even begging for work so low on our knees.
Why are we working? It's time to oppose.
And stop being nobody workers that nobody knows.
It's time for a break from working all day.
I think we've all earned it, wouldn't you say?