They are just interested in the end result and will do anything in their powers of accomplishing it. According to her neat people are very wasteful and she makes it seem as though sloppy people are resourceful, though I like to call it being a hoarder. Britt states the positive sides of sloppy people, and only the negative sides of the neat people. One more quality Britt uses in her essay to support her reasoning, is to tell her readers how wasteful a neat person is. Clearly she has many instances in which she relates sloppiness to the positive side of the moral spectrum. When analyzing these two traits it is seems that the characteristics that would normally describe a neat person describes a sloppy person. Using a square, the lines which have been marked should then be checked to ensure that all of the angles at the corners are 90o.
Good day to you all. Britt states the positive sides of sloppy people, and only the negative sides of the neat people. The main difference between neat people and sloppy people is their moral; unlike what others might believe, neat people do not care enough, and sloppy people care too much. A long time ago we thought that the internet was private. Sloppy people dont care about anything!! Britt creates a humorous tone and a good impression for sloppy people.
And neat people sell their furniture when they move. And neat people sell their furniture when they move. I knew a neat person once who threw away a perfectly good dish drainer because it had mold on it. The Second half of her article explains that neat people operate on two rules never use anything twice and throw everything away. Therefore, patience is one of the other good qualities about sloppy people. In addition, sloppy people are good planners. Someday they will go through their wardrobes and mark certain items for tentative mending and certain items for passing on to relatives of similar shape and size.
They made possible a reconciliation of North and South, for which all later Americans are indebted. Everything must be in perfect order before they can even start thinking as disorderliness in space intervenes with their thinking. Someday they will sit down and read all the back issues of The New Yorker. Britt only gives some examples, and more of her own view and opinion. Read more: The author of this essay, Suzanne Britt is a poet, essayist, and teacher.
According to Britt this is her way of affirming to herself that her being sloppy is not a problem but a personal attribute that people should be aspiring to develop. One quality Britt uses in her essay is oral description, to tell her readers how neat people and sloppy people are in her eyes. This really shows in the reactions that people are always looking for a way to be better than others. Britt chose to focus more on the contrast of the two objects neat vs. In contrast, neat people just prefer results Britt, 256. Not a paper will go unturned; not a rubber band will go unboxed.
However, if they start many things at once due to sloppiness, they can have poor work outcomes. However, the author seems to think someday is not always a bad thing. In other words they get attached to everything they come in contact with. Sabiah M I did not want to read this story because the topic simply did not seem to interest me at all. Neat people are no good to borrow from. To be opened to the world has a price: our privacy.
Sloppy people, you see, are not really sloppy. The distinction is, as always, moral. People in modern society create labels, and form judgments based on which level of society you are in. Sloppy people live in a complex dream world, and some day will get around to doing all the things they intend to do according to their extravagant plan. People who torture kittens, criticize and hurt people, abuse children, steal other people's stuff, cheat, lie and promote hate and violence are the bad people here - not sloppy people. The author backs her statement by using her personal opinion in these quotes.
They can wait their whole life to do something and never be tired. After reading this paragraph 2 I fully agree with Britt. They are laid back and want to enjoy life by not worrying about keeping everything perfect. Just because us clean people like to straighten up and care about process. There was a flow to every part, and it was evident what she was trying to portray.
I will have to remember this the next time I am at home long enough to create the type of mess Britt describes. It's shallow, it's petty and it's downright stupid to judge people on something like that alone. Therefore, sloppy people have planning on their head yet to be implied on their life. As written by the 4th amendment, every U. Anonymous neat people aren't meaner than sloppy people. She states that sloppy people are actually neater than the neat people and are more helpful.
Neat people especially vicious with mail. However, a psychologist from the University of Texas says research proves there are differences. She states that this is directly related to how they excuse the little messes of the world, and cold heartedly throw them in the trash can. I think that Britt wrote this to ease her conscience because deep down she wants to be okay with being sloppy. The real issue with freedom of speech is that, even though it is presented to us, there are obviously people who would abuse it to invoke emotional distress, or even to invoke acts of violence. First time ive done that in eight years.