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Papers on Dancing Skeletons A Review of the Book by Catherine

Everyone will be happier. Wrong, that is completely wrong. I have found that I would not love certain people if they were painted up dolls: forever smiling, always doing the right thing, and, above all, having beauty that would put Barbie to shame. That loud, almost obnoxious donkey laugh of so-and-so sets her apart from the girl across the room with a tittery laugh. People should just shrug it off, who cares! However, that is not how it works. People tell us adolescents that flaws are what make each of us unique and, depending on the flaw, I suppose, should not be frowned upon. That loud, almost obnoxious donkey laugh of so-and-so sets her apart from the girl across the room with a tittery laugh. If you can't get rid of the skeleton in your closet, you'd best teach it to dance. Or at least that is what George Bernard Shaw said, but I dont know what he is talking about. So-and-so tries to hide her laugh by holding it in, giggling silently as if her classmates will shun her for this imperfection. And that just may happen, so hide it away and pretend it is not there.

People should just shrug it off, who cares! However, that is not how it works. So-and-so tries to hide her laugh by holding it in, giggling silently as if her classmates will shun her for this imperfection. We are our past and present, flaws and perfections, and, at the bottom of an extremely lengthy list, our appearance. Therefore we should embrace people for everything that they are. Yes, that includes the skeletons in the closets too.