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Unformatted text preview: other times I just let them go away because I feel compassionate. Also you never know when being nice can help. Maybe one-day stinkbugs will take over the world and they’ll be putting humans into slavery and then the stinkbug king will be like, “wait, Seth showed us mercy so we will show him mercy.” Then I could be the stinkbug king’s advisor or something. Another struggle I have to deal with is my roommate being stinky. He is probably one of the dirtiest, nastiest people I have ever met. He never wears deodorant, never takes a shower, and reeks of O’Doul’s. I am trying to cope with this by getting nose plugs but it is hard to wear nose plugs everyday. I think I am going to start yelling at him so that he understands that he stinks. Maybe it will work and maybe it won’t, but I should try it because I only live once....
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2011 for the course HONORS 100 taught by Professor Dorlan during the Spring '11 term at Maryland.
- Spring '11