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Feedback on A Desperate Guy's Guide to... This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"A Desperate Guy's Guide to Promposal" by Joe Rodri Raleigh is very relatable to teenage boys. In this memoir, Joe devised a master plan to try and ask a girl to go to the prom with him. He had been building a solid relationship... (more »)
Over A Text This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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The piece that I am reviewing is "Over a Text" by Emma Honsowetz. It is about a girl getting her heart broken over a text message. I am providing feedback on it because it embodies this era's belief on what sentimental is. The... (more »)
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The article “Over a Text” by Emma H. is a fantastic article. That people all over the world can relate to. Many people get their hearts broken over text and I agree with Emma that if a person is willing to break someone heart over... (more »)
My Medicated Self
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“My Medicated Self” by Noelle H. is about a young girl of seven years old finds out she has a disorder called ADHD. Most people would not consider this as a disorder but as a person that personal struggles with this I can back up... (more »)
My Medicated Self
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In “My Medicated Self”, Noelle H. talks about her experience as a young child and her struggles when growing up, from receiving bad grades in grade school and forgetting to do the flipped side of a test to being yelled at by her... (more »)
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After reading Ronnie M’s article “Home Alone” I was going back to when I had the same incidents but I never called the cops. I think the story also shows how people don’t really think they care about or need one another... (more »)
How to Love
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“How to love” by Isabella N. is probably one of my favorite articles I have read out of the Teen ink magazine. The way she describes falling in love shows just the beauty and pain involved in the “tornado” as Isabella... (more »)
All Your Little Things
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“All Your Little Things” by Callie A. talks about how people want to know the little things.  Most people don’t open up and tell you about little things you might want to know about, this is simply asking someone to open... (more »)
The Intruder
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Ronnie M. wrote a memoir called “Home Alone”. This is about the even that changed her life forever and the even that she will never be able to get out of her head. On a cold winters night in 2013, Ronnie was home alone with her... (more »)
Peanut Butter or Jelly
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I found Courtney K.'s memoir "Peanut Butter or Jelly," very inspiring, especially for the teenagers of this century.  All teens want these days is to be popular, approved of, and liked. I would know because I have desired... (more »)
Playing God
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The memoir "Playing God" by James Craig can relate to most people. He explains an event of selecting a lobster to eat from the restaurant Red Lobster. However, the way he describes it is amazing. He puts the reader in an entirely different... (more »)
Playing god
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    The article "Playing God" was written very well, and acurately depicted the way other species view humans. We choose what animals to kill in the sense that we are g-d and get to make all the important choices. The narrator of the piece... (more »)
Feedback on "Farewel" by Maya Vyas
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     "Farewell" by Maya Vyas is described as if talking about a person, but is talking about an iPhone. The author writes about what she would miss of that "person". For example, Maya writes " I will miss how we would sing together. You,... (more »)
Review on What Was I Thinking?
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Hannah's simple poem that consists of three simple lines contains a powerful message that not everyone is who you think they are. She writes, "In my eyes/you were perfection/I must have been blind." The narrator once saw a person who she thought... (more »)
Feedback On "How Chinese Am I?"
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"How Chinese Am I?" is a very well written article on a chinese boy who has trouble identifying himself with which culture he is. Since he was born in America and raised in an "americanized" environment, he wonders how connected he is to chinese... (more »)
Feedback On Playing God
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Playing God is a fictional story written by Jamie's Craig. Though the story starts out as a violent piece, it quickly turns into an ironic one as he reader finds out that a lobster is being killed at Red Lobster. This tension throughout the... (more »)
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