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Analysis of Social Facades Used by Teens After toiling for days endlessly attempting to spout out a worthy topic to debate on paper I decided to have an internal argument over why teens use a faade in order to adapt to a socially demanding society I tooled in my head for hours about this as I aimlessly walked through the mall listening watching and observing what others do while in the public eye I found that if I watched a person long enough eventually I could see right through their social masks It was a bit eerie at first but I became accustomed to it and continued on with a journal which I created in my inner-monologue To make this a fair debate I observed individuals from opposing cliques and assessed them accordingly This was to provide an element of subjective and critical thought to properly research the motives When I first arrived I was intent on going in-and-out as we all seem to think we will do I was headed for Structure to pay a bill when I saw a rather strange individual with a green mohawk and what I would reserve as early eighties British-punk apparel He was with a friend strolling along the second floor headed straight for Hot-Topic I was intrigued so I decided to give chase I was amazed that they had the attention and stamina to stay in the store for well over an hour never purchasing anything I grew bored of this after about twenty minutes and walked across to Sun Coast to get a movie Notwithstanding I did hear one of them mention his having a passionate hatred for Abercrombie and that they were all the same Assuming that he was referring to those who wear Abercrombie clothes it compelled me to think of a counterpoint rather quickly If those who wear Abercrombie are all the same what does that make of those who wear
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