KATE NICOLE F. TENGCO
PROF. NERISSA GABELO
WHEN IS A HOUSE CALLED A HOME
A house is a shelter where you go to sleep.
A home is where you can’t sleep because of the noise made by your brother or sister or even friends who are having a sleep over. A house is a place where you can eat your meals in a peaceful way. A home is when you eat your food fast so that you can eat the food of your siblings, even friends; and have a quarrel about who eats whose food. A house is where you and your family can eat dinner and talk about the day. A home is where you can sit in the sofa together with your family and watch a movie will eating. A house is where you can change your clothes and have a pick whether what to wear. A home is where you can pick any clothes to wear; and when your friend sees it saying “hey! That’s my shirt” and you’ll just simply reply, “Well, it’s mine now.” A house is a place where you can take a bath and all the hygienic things you want to do. A home is where you can be dirty as long as you want; a place where you’ll spread the dirt to your siblings or friends. A house is where you can study even in all directions; standing, lying, sitting, even floundering. A home is where you cannot concentrate in studying because someone’s head is in your legs or someone’s feet are in your chest. A house is a place where you can pee, anytime you want.
A home is where there are three people in the comfort room, because they cannot hold it anymore, they pee back to back with each other. A house is where you knock on the door and asking permission to get inside. A home is where you directly pass on the open door and annoy your brother or sister to have fun. A house is a place to help you in memorizing a poem or an oratorical piece. A home is where you cannot focus on what you are doing because of constant distraction of making faces. A house is where you can play after doing your assignments.
A home is...
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