Imaging: A Theme Paper Over Jake Reinvented By: Monica Eli March 5, 2014

848 words - 4 pages

I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at my worst then you sure as hell don’t deserve me at my best. Some people feel the need to make a good image for themselves and to up hold it no matter what for fear of fitting in. this article is going to be about how people trying to keep a certain image for themselves and trying to fit in and places that help them keep an image up.

Jake is a prefect example of self-imaging. He wants to fit in so bad that he goes and entirely changes the way he is and acts just to get a girl and fit in with her social group. He goes from being a nerd, someone who ...view middle of the document...

She felt like she was above Jake, that because he was a nerd and she was cheerleader that they could never have a real relationship and that he should just be happy about her spending time with him. Don’t ruin it! Why do you have to spoil everything? Isn’t it enough that I’m with you now? The page number is one hundred and thirty-six. Todd and Didi locked in a triumphant embrace at the center of the cheering throng. The page number is one hundred and twenty-three.

The parties Jake throws are crazy, wild and out of control. He invites everyone who’s cool. The goal was to make him cool and popular if the parties didn’t help the cool image that he is going for he wouldn’t be having them. Everything happens at the parties: drinking, bullying, having loose snakes in the house, people driving into the house on their motorcycle. But that doesn’t stop people from going to the parties even if they don’t like or don’t know Jake they go to his parties. On a scale of one to ten this party was at least an eight. It was in full swing by the time we crashed it. The page number is one.

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