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Essay 2 Example

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Essay 2 Example ENGL 1010

Brandon Notetaker
University of Memphis

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Brandon Busby Mr. Abrutyn Sociology  September 10, 2016 Unbelievable cultural practices Different cultures and ethnic practices can be different and also seem weird to many  different people from different regions. Other cultures may do different things that we may find  ridiculous and vice versa. That’s why we need to learn to become socially involved with other  cultures to understand and accept their way of life.  I’m here to explain and demonstrate how  other cultures might understand and find weird about everyday American life.  These organisms wake up every morning and pours a poisonous liquid into their mouth  and flushes out all out all of the germs and bacteria that they shoved in their mouths from the  past day. The next thing they do when they wake up the is sit in a boiling room and fill the  human sized pot with boiling water and pours some kind of chemical filled potion on their body  to achieve a certain scent to please the nose. The organisms also lie in dirt filled pots and submerges their entire body to get the full  effect of the magical dust. The women cover their face in green ooze which becomes hard over  time and once achieves that state they peel it off along with their skin to reveal a different texture of skin. Another outrageous thing they do is submerge their feet into a bowl of flesh eating fish  which bite on their skin to reveal fresh skin. They do this brutal process to either feel good about  themselves and/or attract a significant other.  The men on the other hand gather together and shave their heads in this one facility to  shed and grow new hair all over again. Some men do this bi­weekly, depending on how fast their hair grows. These living organisms also have a ceremonial barbaric fight to the death. Many of  these organisms attended and watched the loser gets brutally beaten. After the barbaric fight,  these organisms gather around and move their bodies to a majestic beat. They do all this while  drinking a substance which makes the user of it act in a different way. The user tends to have a  stumbled walking pattern and also sways as the release a sort of acid from their being while  tending to pass out. These organisms also insert a short narrow tool into their mouths and lights it a fire and  as they do so it releases a smoke into their lungs and poisons their insides which could lead to the decay of the hosts lungs which often tends to be fatal.   These organisms also release some poisonous gases into their atmosphere to get from  place to place which destroys their O­Zone layer which leads to inevitable heat penetrating the  earth’s surface that burns the whole planet, which could lead to the extinction of the organisms  that inhabit the planet. Another way these organisms pollute their environment is by throwing debris physically  around where they live. The debris usually finds itself in the underground tunnels which leads  into the large bodies of water that the less intelligent creatures live in. the underground tunnels  are used for the collection of waste from the organisms which leads back into their water supply  in their homes.  As these creatures grow they tend to go to this facility every week day to worship the  speaker in front of the group. They also spend years in this facility  to gain social values and become in a higher economic class. The creatures sometimes  stay for more years that are generally required for them to do all to for the potential to be in a  higher economic class. They trap themselves in this environment this long all for social  satisfaction and the acceptance of themselves in a social community. These organisms to attack and mistreat other organisms that share the same similarities  with them. They do this all out of fear that one organism is different than the other and which  tends to make them act as if they are a threat. The difference in these organisms causes the  organisms to defend and attack each other because of the idea of not knowing if the other  organisms is a threat or not.  This fighting among these different organisms has been going on since the beginning of  these organism’s existence, and will continue potentially, until the extinction of these creatures.  Even though these creatures may have some irrational thinking and the ways of these male and  female counterparts of these organisms may seem difficult to understand and follow I believe  that we must all follow and research the background of these biased creatures before we actually  judge them. This goes for not only these particular creatures but for all of the living organisms  that has breathe, a brain, and most of all emotions. So now on we as humans should understand and accept any different views that we may  have of each other in different ethnical, cultures, and traditions. We will never know what we  might do that can seem unusual to different groups.     


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