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Comp II My texts used were Negotations an English book widely used and the paperback 100 Best Loved Poems While reading the essay Muddle in a Puddle some very colorful images came to my mind about what I have done in my life that compare to this particular piece Of all the times I have embarrassed myself by sticking my foot in my mouth or by making a fool of myself by playing with a strange toy in the toy department only to my surprise everyone in the toy department was laughing at me As Robert Herrick mentions in his poem O how that glittering taketh me 100 Best Loved Poems 12 Thats how I felt at that time All of us have experienced things like this in our lives and it is strange what makes it so interesting to watch people make fools of themselves as mentioned by Baker in this quote and any one could could have spoken out as one human might speak to anothernot one had said that 156 Yet another piece really spoke to me about the ways people communicate on a daily basis I led the Pigeons to the Flag was very exact to the feelings I have of miscommunications and mishearings I can remember times in which I have done the very same things that were mentioned in this essay like singing a tune over and over out loud then looking over the lyrics later Only to my knowledge my version of Cannonball was actually Panama The way we hear and say things is also very influential in the way others hold us in their standings If someone catches us slipping up they might think we are weird or stupid It could also be a good ice-breaker for a good friendly relationship Sometimes not It just depends where the people are from and what the situations are at the time of the incident
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