Here's the deal. I need to finish an Essay for my AP Literature summer Assignment TONIGHT. I'm supposed to imagine I'm looking out a window, and write what I see from two different perspectives. For example, a friend of mine looked out down his street and for the first perspective just wrote about what he would have seen a few years ago before he started riding BMX, just little hand rails and ditches, fire hydrants...etc For his second perspective, he wrote about what he saw now that he rides BMX, now he saw the same scene as a bunch of ramps, rails, natural quarter pipes...I have absolutely no ideas what I'm going to do it about. It doesn't have to be long, I can do it in like an hour once I ahve an idea. Hopefully I explained it well, and someone can help me out. Free Karma to whoever gives me a suggestion I use.....
"Rumor has it that the wolf has actually given Line his permission to be on the Line Anthem ski."
You're looking out your window on a snowy winter night. Before you started skiing and then after. Even though you might not be looking at mountains, you'd still notice a difference. I used to like winter and snow, but it means something completely different to me now that I ski.
How about you look out of your window and see a wonderful vista of a city, from one perspective it looks brilliant, civilized and something for humans to be proud of, on the other hand global warming and that, how it is bad for the earth.
Or you lookout you window and see a cat...You think awww nice little thing....A dog thinks 'i wanna eat that'... and a bird is scared of it.
An old man stands naked in front of a mirror, eating soup. He is a fool.
Just so no one makes fun of me for being asian and having a small dick, I'ma lay it out right now: my dick might be below average, but I've banged a black chick before so quit drinking the haterade.