21 June 2018, 14:22
You would read each and every one of these if they were actual essays.
Twitter is loving a new meme all about explaining long winded and often obscure points about anything from films to music and even celebrity crushes. The “in this essay” meme perfectly captures the extent that people will go to in order to express their passionate and often hilarious view points.
People always celebrate the boys being back in town but never ask why they left the town to begin with. SMH.
To truly understand the impact of the boys being back in town, one must first examine the circumstances that led to the boys’ departure in the first place. In this essay, I will
— NORMAL HUMAN (@NORMALHUMAN4) June 12, 2018
The essay topic is the British Industrial Revolution but I’m turning in a paper on Rihanna.
Rihanna has continuously upped the ante with her divine and magnificent fashion choices. Influencing not only fashion lovers, but also the industry itself through her bold and iconic behavior, in this essay I will
— 🍒 (@fentyy) June 15, 2018
Finally…someone said it 😒
michael cera’s characters in juno, scott pilgrim vs the world, and nick and norah’s infinite playlist are all the same person just in different universes. in this essay i will
— g (@gracethvamp) June 12, 2018
I need to read the rest of this paper.
Although a heterosexual narrative is presumed in ‘Mr Brightside’, close examination of the lyrics shows no direct indication of which lover the protagonist is jealous of. Beginning with the opening declaration of ‘coming out’, in this essay I will
— Personal Best (@Personal_Best_) June 14, 2018
I think about this every night before I fall asleep.
the phrase ‘mamma mia’ is italian, an interjection indicating surprise or shock. yet the famous musical of the same name is set in greece. in this essay,
— femme ritualist (@R3dMotovilov) June 19, 2018
Wario and Waluigi are inverse versions of Mario and Luigi, hence the “W” names – “M” upside down, or inverted. For this reason, the evil version of Peach would not be called “WaPeach,” but rather, “beach.” In this essay I will
— Casey Nugent (@CaseyNuge) June 13, 2018
NOW, THAT IS FILM ANALYSIS.
“Ella Enchanted” is a 2004 comedy starring Anne Hathaway as a girl cursed to obey every demand. By Ella falling in love with a man who never tells her to do anything and fighting for control of her own life, the movie shows children the importance of consent. In this essay I will
— Cathleen Cusachs (@catcusachs) June 20, 2018
Go awf literature queen!!
gatsby never loved daisy, she was just something he needed to POSSESS in order to feel successful, like his yellow car and his grand estate and those beautiful shirts he owned. he is the perfect representation of the toxic materialism that capitalism breeds. in this essay i will
— KENDALL ! 🏳️🌈 (@mehlanin) June 11, 2018
Finally, some comprehensive Tokyo Drift discourse.
In Fast&Furious: Tokyo Drift, the audience is led to believe that DK is the bad guy, but the crowd of onlookers cheering when he crashes before anyone can confirm he’s still alive proves that it is, in fact, the rest of the cast that are the real villains. In this essay I will
— Meg Turney (@megturney) June 20, 2018
Niche but very relevant.
Truer words were never spoken…
Nose piercings make everyone look hotter, in this essay I will
— Aydan (@krispykremefan9) June 14, 2018