Definition Essay: What It Means To Be Annoying

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What it Means to Be Annoying Before I start I would just like to prepare you, my dear reader, for this essay might be the most annoyingly agonizing essay ever written. I encourage you to read the whole thing with only occasional sighs and moans that may help you endeavor this calamity. Well now, shall we get started? Once upon a time I was a stupid twelve year old who was supposedly an “annoying kid.” Everyone, adults, teachers, classmates, friends, family, would dread me. You could say I had multiple areas I needed to work on. I asked too many questions, talked too much, too loud, “always never paying attention!” Yes, I was an annoying little shit. As I grew up with hatred and discouragement all from this one phrase, I no longer felt like a person but just a word and that word was “annoying.” So then I threw out the old me and learned to contain myself, which I have always regretted. Because when I found myself I realized annoying wasn’t me I was annoying. So if you’d please listen now because annoying is coming you’re way with a whole other meaning. First and foremost, annoying people “can’t shut up.” They talk a lot without stopping. Spreading ideas and interests…show more content…
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