The Embarrassing Fashion Trend By Marlee Nicolas Do you ask yourself when walking down the sidewalk why that guy doesn’t pull up his pants? Or why doesn’t he put on a darn belt? It can be irritating, constantly seeing someone’s dirty underwear flopping in the wind when you’re trying to mind your own business. I am truly disappointed of seeing men show their underwear, it screams lack of self-respect to me. Especially when it comes to the youth, this fashion trend is not a good influence for them. The youth are oblivious to the fact that men wearing their pants under their butts started in the prison system. The embarrassment alone should be enough for guys to pull up their pants. Three individual males embarrassed themselves for wearing their pants under their butts. Males have been following the trend of wearing their pants under their butts for so long they don’t even realize its effects on others around them. My friend Tyreese could tell you first-hand how embarrassing it can be. Tyreese and I stopped at a local burger king for a quick meal. When we stepped inside we went in line to place are order. An elderly woman walked in line behind Tyreese. She asked him if he was aware that his underwear was showing. He told the elderly lady that he is aware, but forgot to put on a belt. This was a lie he loves to show off his underwear for style and the ladies. The elderly women laughed, and pulled Tyreese pants up in front of everybody inside burger king. He was truly speechless feeling embarrassed that a stranger pulled up his trousers. We picked up our order and left burger king. I was entertained, Tyreese needed to learn how to respect himself even if he was publicly humiliated. However, when we started to stroll back to Tyreese house to eat he lowered his pants again. I would be fibbing if I said Tyreese learned a valuable lesson and never left his house without a belt. But when he’s around elderly folks he pulls his pants all the way up to his stomach. Youngsters these days love to show their underwear just because popular icons like Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber and 50 cent showcase it in their music videos. There was a story on the news in Fort Lauderdale of a young boy suspended for his pants sagging. Jamal was a freshman at Coconut Creek a private high school. It was a regular Friday; Jamal always lowered his pants above his knees just like his friends. Unfortunately for Jamal one of the schools administrators had spotted his bright orange underwear sticking out. When the strict administrator yelled at him to pull his baggy pants up Jamal kept on walking. The administrator screamed at him several more times but there was still no reply from Jamal. Obviously other students could hear the administrator screaming Jamal’s name like he was at a soccer game yelling “goal”. The administrator grew impatient with rage. The administrator finally caught up with Jamal, and told him he was suspended for defying authority. What the administrator did not know was that Jamal had his headphones on. Jamal was surprised; he was not suspended for listening to loud music. Jamal was still suspended for showing his underwear, and wearing his pants above his knees. The high school had zero tolerance for students showing their underwear. Gangsters on the streets enjoy wearing their baggy pants around their thighs,…
Is a Good Company a Good Investment?
If a company experienced rapid growth in the recent past, it is likely that the expectation that the growth will continue may already be incorporated into the price of the stock. For example, if the market expects Company X to grow much faster than Company Z, the stock of Company A may trade at a much greater price/earnings ratios than stock of Company Z does. Whether or not stock of Company X turns out to be a good investment really depends on whether the future…
Defamation in Los Angeles, Josh received the most iconic award ever.
Hutcherson may have played the role of a son to two lesbian mothers in the film, "The Kids are All Right," but it didn't take much of convincing for Josh to play the part genuinely. In real life, Josh was raised by a mother who had long been a supporter of gay and lesbian rights.
"My mom has always been a big advocate, especially in the gay, lesbian, transsexual and bisexual community so for me it's always been a part of my soul," shared…
This was a really good rags to riches story. It reminded me a lot about my own personal story. I am a girl who was raised by a wealthy aunt and uncle who not only grew older but also sicker together as a couple. I was forced to move back with my biological mother to East Cleveland, Ohio from Coffeeville, Mississippi at the age of twelve. It was a big transition for me not only because of the move, but also because I was just starting to…
one person could be denied or given a social status or reputation which could eventually lead to a social disability. In “The Lady and the Unicorn”, many people were incapable of normal social interactions such as Nicolas de Innocents, Jacques Le Boeuf, and Geneviève de Nanterre.
Nicolas de Innocents was a very putrid man with little regard for the way he treats women. One prime example occurs very early in the book when he runs into one of the maids. She was pregnant because of him and he could…
not all children will develop
at the exact same time, but generally give or take a few weeks.
brain development in the early years is faster than in any other time,
everything babies hear and see will affect how their brains develop. good
experiences encourage good brain development.
babies need loving and warm people to care for them and respond to their
needs kindly and consistently. babies need to feel secure and safe in the
world. this will help them to develop trust and confidence.
The Real America
To me the real America can be found in the small towns and rural areas from coast to coast. Real America has nothing to do with wealth, success, or keeping up with those around you. It means that you have the ability to maximize your potential. I do not believe that real America has anything to do with mortgages, car payments, and 401 k’s, but more to do with how we treat each other. Real America means working together, building communities that take care of all the members…
Chromium was discovered during the year of 1797 in a red lead ore from Siberia by
Louis Nicolas Vauquelin. Louis Nicolas Vauquelin was born in Normandy, France on the 16th of
May in 1763 and died on the 14th of November in the year of 1829 while on a visit to his
birthplace. He worked in an apothecary in Rouen for two years (17771779) as a young boy
when he became interested in chemistry. After certain events, he became an assistant in Antoine
François’ laboratory for eight years (17831791)…
characterized as having: shallow space, clarity of
form, sober colors, and “strong horizontal and verticals that
renders that subject matter timeless”
• Nicolas Poussin was born on July 1594 in Les
Andelys, Normandy. He founded the French
Classical tradition. Nicolas specialized in history
paintings that reflected ancient mythology,
history and the Bible.
• Nicolas was considered the greatest of living
painters by his contemporaries.
• ...His work features logic, order and favors
“line over color”
Marlee Nicolas final exam part 1
Final exam question 1Case study the missed test
I feel as if everyone played a role in Jane being dropped from the class. But Jane was the number one most responsible for her being dropped from the class.
The reason why I feel that Jane is the most responsible is because she is the one who was taking the class. Jane should have known what she was getting into when she registered for that class. Now she was doing an “A” average on her tests and getting…
4 January 2015
“There are seeds of self-destruction in all of us that will bear only unhappiness if allowed to grow.” by Dorothea Brande, Self-destruction is usually defined as “voluntary destruction” which means that humans decide to auto harm themselves, physically and emotionally. They live in a cycle of repetition where they refuse to accept reality and live in their imaginary world. In the novel The Catcher in the Rye, written by…