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Why do I like using my bullwhips so much What real purpose do these whips serve Are they a utilitarian artefact What place do they hold in our society Are my whips awesome or tacky Furthermore what do whips do for me Do they make me feel better More powerful Respectful Confident How do my whips relate to who I really am Ultimately what role do my whips play in the way I am perceived and in the way I behave Some whips are better built and better looking than others but for all general purposes they are mostly meant to make a bold statement The design of the whips is simple and straightforward much like my personality These whips can serve for everyday use but its main function for me is for them to be used when I want to look tough show off and get attention If there ever was a misconception about whips in general it is that they are strong resistant to anything and everything and life lasting Its true that just by looking at any bullwhip a person automatically identifies it with strength power and durability but this identification is only in the mind of the spectator It is the perception that most people have of whips that make them awesome and I must say this really suits me I have never used the whips unless I wanted to impress somebody or unless I wanted to look my very best I guess that this revelation is a telling aspect of my personality Many of us throughout the years have associated whips with a particular group in society For example if you were to ask someone to say the first thing that came to his or her mind when you say bullwhip they would most likely say something like cowboy So if I may I would like to go a bit further and ask How are cowboys perceived Well
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