Feb 3 In-class Writing

his eyes were large, he was all red, i could see his vein, his eyebrows came close together, heated up, change in voice.


I was in 7th grade when i first wanted to get onto social media because everyone in my class had already got into social media sites. My family never stopped me from doing things that i wanted to and didn’t really harm my school and extra curricular activity’s. It was amusing when i opened my laptop to go onto the website and make my own social media ID my face shape changed my eyes were big and i was moving my hands fast to get onto it. After my family got to know i had an account on Facebook there wasn’t any difference in there attitude and had the same way they always have. Days past by and i would spend more time on social media and not do the usual football games and outing i used to. One day my mom came up to me i could see a red face speaking faster and in a loud voice she said, you always stay in and not do anything except using your laptop. I figured she meant i was spending a lot of time on social media that was annoying my parents now.

By the time passed my parents got used it me using social media websites and as the smart phones have so many applications it got easier because of so manny applications being introduced. But i honestly think i should have gone out more and socialized with friends and not just sit back home and use smart phones and computers all day long.

At last I would say it’s good to be connected with people around the world and near you through social media because it makes communicating so much easier but we should not make it our life and not do anything else and no go out and socialize thats when the problem starts. (everything is good if done in limits, anything and everything can be addicting).



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