example: many teenagers are like lemmings -- they'd follow everyone else off a cliff just to be cool and fit in
example: high school students are nothing but a bunch of cheaters, liars, and thieves
example: if you don't like reading or writing, Mr. Spruill's class might pose a problem for you
example: I'm so busy writing papers for Mr. Spruill that I never get to do anything fun anymore-- my skin has turned a whole shade lighter from staying inside so much.
example: We should lock all the members of Congress in a windowless, concrete room without food or drink and not let them out until they've come to some agreements.
example: Adults are so phony-- we should create a society where the youth are in charge.
example: In one episode of "The Dave Chappelle Show," they imitated how sports teams draft players, but they called it "The Race Draft," and they made fun of how each race wants to claim certain people as its own, regardless of their skin color or ethnicity.
example: Getting arrested isn't so bad -- it's a great way to meet new friends.
example: I saw this movie recently in which this kid thought that everyone at school thought he was cool because they kept saying things like "nice pocket protector" and "cool glasses" and "I wish I could be smart like you," but it was obvious that they were being sarcastic.
example: A man spends all his money on non-refundable tickets to fly to California and surprise his girlfriend, only to have her break up with him.
to force someone to leave, to exile them
kingdoms, places under the authority of a particular ruler or government
to suppress, subdue, lay to rest, put an end to
to stir up a war or rebellion, to instigate or promote a conflict
displaying a great sense of self-importance, being full of oneself
being narrow-minded, treating unimportant, trivial things as if they were important
someone who captures, traps, or imprisons another
to whip someone or something; to strike suddenly and forcefully
(adj) despicable, morally corrupt; (verb) to grow worse and worse
fame gained from evil deeds; notoriety (being notorious)