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YOOO! WHADDUP?! So i need some help! Im reading the Scarlet letter at school and we have a project to do! I need a sin, or incident that has happened in my life and a story behind it! Some examples include cheating and procrastination, but i cant use those! I really need something original! It could also be a character flaw! But if yall have any ideas on sins that would be a butt load of help! I was thinking about using S for Stressing out, cause I stress out like NO OTHER! If you are still unsure about the assignment, hit me up! Please and thank you!

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    I dunno...

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    When I did this project, I chose "R" for reticent. I am too reserved and often don't speak up when I want to and keep things inside. I also explained to the class how it was a problem to me. Most people in my class did simple words like T for talkative, P for procrastination, M for mean, W for weird, etc. Most didn't think thoroughly about their true flaws. Choose what you think is a problem for you and explain why it is a problem for you. Some examples: N for naive, B for boastful, C for complacent, I for insecure, S for shy, T for talkative, O for opinionated, I for impertintent, etc. Good luck!

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    thanks! what did you say for your story? like an example of when this actually became an issue?

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    Well I just talked about how it was often a problem for me. I didn't give exact situations, but I talked about how sometimes I don't raise my hand or say what I need to. I had too many situations to name! lol You can give examples of when it became an issue, though.

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