My Attitude

Satisfactory Essays
Topics: Emotion
Nikita Beck
April 14, 2014
ELA V
My Attitude In House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, she depicts the character Rachel as a quick tempered girl from Texas. In this assignment I was asked if I was quick tempered and sassy also. In my opinion and according to others I am sassy, but if you ask if I am quick tempered it depends on who you ask. If you ask my mother, she’ll say that I’m one of the calmest people you’ll ever meet; my stepbrother will tell you the same. Now, if you ask my nephew or some of my classmates from my old school, they’ll completely disagree. My temper depends solely on whoever I’m with and what mood I’m in. If I’m in a good mood, you can do practically anything and I wouldn’t be bothered at all. If you catch me in a bad mood or if someone has been pushing me to my limit, just a single wrong move will have me popping off and yelling at you. At times, if you pushed me too far, I wouldn’t be able to control my emotions and actions which would lead me to either tear up or become physical; in both cases I will find a way to yell at you.
Therefore, to sum it all up, my mood depends on many variables. If I’m my usual self, then I would be my usual sassy, odd self. If you’re unlucky and you try to annoy me when I’m in a bad mood, then you probably deserve what you get. However, my bad days are rare and I can usually control myself, so it’s not something you should worry about all the time.

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