Fun Oh Boy Fun You could die from it

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Kelvin S. Rubio 12/20/10 Composition 1, Section 075 Journal #13 Professor Petillo Fun, Oh Boy, Fun. You could die from it. At the end of the essay, writer Britt Jordan implies that it is easier for children to have fun than it is for grownups. It’s true that it is easier for children to have fun more than adults because they are given more freedom in their imagination and are not confound on the monotony adults experience. Also the way children define having fun is something that is exciting, and able to play around in the wide open world, where as adults define fun that evokes their own interests and relationships with others. I also agree that it was much easier for people in the past find fun than people today. As a child you were subjected into going to school, doing home work, and then going to bed. But between those things, you would hang out with your friends, play with toys, draw pictures of whatever you had in mind, play at a park, or even at your own backyard. For a child life is actually easier than some think. Since they are not confound with responsibilities such as
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course WRT 101 taught by Professor Shegriff during the Spring '08 term at Bergen Community College.

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