Obsession Essay (the Hunger Games)

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The Hunger Games has become a major obsession of mine, and no the title has nothing to do with food. Reading and anticipating The Hunger Games trilogy and its upcoming movie is, during which my grandmother was sick, something I clung too. You see I have never been a major fan of anything. I mean Taylor Swift is an idol of mine but I’m not running to the nearest store to buy her CDs or items. But this fan base love for the book and movie almost drove my family insane. After reading and discovering the movie was soon to be released, I went days and days going on and on sharing my excitement with my parents. I joined fan sites, news updates, watched YouTube trailers, and fan based trailers to increase my devotion and anticipation. It wasn’t until the release of the Hunger Games based movie merchandise that my obsession grew to an (what I hate to admit) extreme. I saved my babysitting money up until the day it came out and spent a total of sixty-eight dollars on a t-shirt, a necklace, a pair of earrings, and nail polish; all from the hunger games line. Furious with my reckless shopping spree my parents were fed up with my addiction to the Hunger Games. They said going to the midnight premier was out of the question. I would just have to deal with the Sunday of the weekend it comes out. Frustrated, disappointed, and defeated, I tried to settle the intensity of my fandom. But as time flew by and the closer the release of the movie came, something occurred that brought my passion to flight. One day while I was bouncing from room to room doing my chores a tune popped into my head. Its catchy soothing melody made me begin to hum along. Suddenly I was adding words. The next I was adding meaning, until finally I realized, stopping myself, I had made a song. Full of excitement I rushed to the nearest pencil, paper, and recorder and started drafting this new achievement. I was so thrilled of the idea of showing my parents until I thought, oh crap “it’s based on the hunger...
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