Caught Up In Smoke

Satisfactory Essays
Brett Hammond
English 150
Mr. Waugh
Dec. 10th, 2014

Caught Up In Smoke The worst decision I’ve ever made was smoking weed in my house and getting caught by my parents. When my parents caught me I got in serious trouble. I had to deal with a lot of consequences because of it. Maybe next time I’ll think twice before I smoke weed in my house. When my parents caught me smoking weed in my house I had to deal with various consequences. They first grounded me for a whole month. They made me do all sorts or ridicules chores around the house constantly. I couldn’t hangout with my friends or go outside to do anything remotely fun. After I did their entire repetitive request I had to stay in my room at all times, basically a prisoner of my house. I’ll be sure to never smoke weed in my house again. If you thought those consequences weren’t already bad enough your wrong. It wasn’t satisfying enough for my parents to just ground me for a month, they slowly started stripping me of everything fun in life. They first took away my car keys, then my cellphone. Then they took my one true pride and joy in life my Ps4, I Thought I was going to lose it then. If that was already bad enough they also took away my TV and Internet privileges. Now I know for sure that I will never ever smoke weed in my house again.

The worst decision I’ve made in my lifetime so far was smoking weed in my house. My first reason why I won’t do this ever again is because I don’t want to be grounded and be my parents house maid slave. My second reason is I never again want to be stripped of the finer things in life I enjoy on an everyday basis. Dealing with these devastating cruel consequences I swear to never smoke weed in my parents house every again.

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