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Annoying As A Mosquito To most people and alarm clock can be an object of joyful noise awakening them to an exciting new day To me an alarm clock is more like an annoying mosquito flying around my head waiting for that right moment to strike its unsuspecting prey The repetitive beeping of the alarm clock compares to that of the bothersome sound a mosquito makes when it is buzzing around ones ear The irritating noise can almost drive one to the brink of insanity Sitting on top of my mild ivory-colored dresser my alarm clock with its bold black body and luminous numbers almost like glaring green eyes staring constantly at my every move during the day I cant help but think that it is only plotting against me I know that when I least expect it this agitating creature will whir once again When that happens I strike the oddly shaped buttons on top of its head with my hand a couple of times and it pretends to be dead But just when I think Ive won the buzzing battle my enemy sneaks up behind my other ear and comes back to life again with its same nagging tone this time louder then it was the first time it started This scene is repeated day after day and remains just as aggravating as it was the first time it had begun It seems that once I fall asleep before I even begin to dream my pesky little insect has already planned its upcoming attack Before I know whats happening the dreaded bug begins its alarming ritual once more this time buzzing around on my dresser making sure that it gets my attention In desperation I slap it down to my floor hoping that I have finally won but to my dismay it shocks me by biting my hand letting me know that this battle isnt over it has just begun Running
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