The Perfect Me

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The Perfect Me
There is no one that is perfect on planet earth out of 7.3 billion people. The world would be a very boring place if everyone was perfect, and there would be nothing notable or fun about the world. There would be an excess of perfection. What is fun is dreaming about the perfect me and what I would be like. Being Intelligent, not making any mistakes and being very popular would be perfect to me! If was perfect I would have to be super intelligent, and really good with computers and other things that are significant. I would be a whiz at math, science, reading, writing, history, social studies, and computers. If I was perfect I would not make any mistakes, especially the ones where I end up in trouble. Part of being perfect is having the right look and crowd to hang out with. But if I was perfect I would not worry about accessories or clothing, like shoes, socks and hats. If I was perfect I would hang out with a more popular group of kids. Another thing I would do if I was perfect is I would get the same bike as the majority of the people. In conclusion, there is no one that is perfect but most people still try hard to be perfect, they think it is imperative to be perfect. It is much more important to be who you are, than to try to be perfect, because you never will be perfect. Everyone being different and not perfect is what makes the world so interesting. Like my grandma says, “Baskin Robbins has 31 flavors for a reason!”
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