Dont procrastinate Essay

Submitted By ryuubii
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Pages: 3

Im not sure if this is a scam, but I guess ill find out. Im writing this right now so that I can try and use a paper off this site for ideas for a paper I have due tomorrow.
It says I have to write a paper to be able to do that, so here I am.
If your reading this, and since Im being forced to write this, I might as well give you some advice.
1. Don't procrastinate.
2. Don't procrastinate. and 3. Don't procrastinate
There we go.
Bam, my paper of amazing advice is finished.

Great is says its too short. So im gonna copy and paste a part of some fanfiction in here.
Its sterek. I hope you like it. Hey, maybe you might even start watching teen wolf.

I lied. It wouldn't let me do that, so heres part of an essay I read online.

Don't you just hate essays? All through school, teachers make their students write essays, essays, and more essays. They expect their students to have an opinion on whether a story fits the ironic vision or not, or something like that, but the student probably doesn't even care. People should just stop writing essays.

First of all, essays are so formal. The writer does their intro, with their thesis at the end of it, then they have their three paragraphs of proof, then they have their conclusion. Come on people, live a little! Be wild! Put your thesis at the very end of the essay, or better yet, leave your thesis out of the essay. (It'll probably drive their teachers nuts, but summer vacation is coming up pretty soon anyways.)

And the language that people have to use in essays! The writer starts sounding like a dictionary, using all those big words. I bet they don't even know what half the words mean! And what's this thing about not saying "I." Who am "I," chopped liver? Do I have to become this nameless, faceless, mystery person, just to get people to listen to me? And what about using "you?" I mean, it's "you" that's reading my essay, isn't it? Who else would it be? Am I talking to myself? I admit I have been known to do that once in a while . . . but that's beside the point.

Essays are also really, really, really repetitive. People say the same things over and over, just so that the reader cannot possibly miss the point. All this repeating just to make sure the reader gets the point. The person writing the essay might as well use a neon sign with the