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My Friends Why do people have an obsession with fitting into a certain mold in able to be popular Who do they really want to be Lets examine thisarent they just imitating the imitators Today and I am not talking about high school people strive to follow the trend they strive for popularity they want to feel cool and accepted However by striving for this ever-so-common goal many do not make their own path and regret the path they follow When I came to the United States at the first day the first thing I did was to call my friends Thien and Tien They were brothers We have been friends for years They used to be my neighbors in Vietnam We were very closed when we were in Vietnam I remember we played soccer every day after school They came to the United States before me about eight years ago I believed I was really glad that I had friends in the America I couldnt wait to see them When we talked on the phone they sounded different very strange I almost couldnt recognize them They used the F words a lot They were not like that when they were in Vietnam They were very polite and friendly The next day I was shocked when they came to visit me I saw Tien had his hair highlighted with his baggy blue jean and a tan top and tattoos on his upper arms His brother Thien had a skinned head holding a cigarette in his mouth They were suddenly changed a lot When we sat down and talked I felt like I just knew them The ways they talked and their attitudes were totally different than my old friends as I knew before I felt uncomfortable sometimes but I still tried to have conversation with them After they left my house my mom asked arent they our neighbors in Vietnam
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