When Joe Carp and Frank Reilly take him to a house party, they made him get drunk and started laughing at the way he was doing the dancing steps. Joe Carp says, "I ain't laughed so much since we sent him around the corner to see if it was raining that night we ditched him at Halloran's" (41), Charlie recalls his past memory of him being it and not finding his friends who also ditched him and immediately realizes that Joe Carp was relating to the same situation. Charlie felt ashamed and back-stabbed when he realized that he had no friends and that his co-workers use to have him around for their pure entertainment. It's after the operation, that he finds out he has no real friends, and in result feels lonely. Next, Charlie unwillingly had to leave his job from the bakery where he worked for more than fifteen years.
The parties that Gatsby throws wastes money in an obscene fashion and those parties host shallow attendees only trying to increase their social status. Those parties may appear to East Egg as the vulgarity of nouveau riche, only lowering Gatsby’s social status among those in East Egg. Jordan Baker thinks "[Gatsby] half expected her to wander into one of his parties, some night, […] but she never did." (84). Gatsby believes that he can impress Daisy with wealth, but Daisy already has wealth making his parties not impressive.
“Well my parents didn’t name me Whet for nothing.” He said like he was discussing the time of the day. Mylena stiffened, before bursting out laughing. She couldn’t even hold the binoculars straight and she started to choke on the half eaten sour strip hanging out of her mouth. “Wh- ... ... middle of paper ... ...hell and give Grendel his little punishment. You may continue to enjoy yourself at the club with your demonic peers little youngling since Mylena’s friends are here.” Asmodeus says before walking out into the sea of gyrating bodies.
Quinn laughed at Percy's frustration until Percy looked at him. “Sorry Boss,” he apologized, but couldn't hold it all in and let a couple of snorts escape. Percy turned to his Boss with a discontented grin. “And you my son, will be buying me a new carpet as well,” he informed him as he sipp... ... middle of paper ... ...ed so much Mexican shit all at once,” he bellowed causing Quinn to spit his tea back into his cup. “I told you if we didn't go we'd kick ourselves for missing the Wild West” Tyre said raising his cup then taking a sip.
Cassie, the narrator doesn't like him much and finds him quite irritating. We learn a lot about his character in the first chapter, TJ went to the Wallace store and blamed his brother Claude and Claude got whipped because of TJ. From this incident, TJ is shown to be a coward, Claude didn't defend himself as 'he was more afraid of TJ than of his mother'. Also he is shown to be quite evil when he laughs at Little Man when he gets his Sunday clothes dirty. Although TJ is mean and thoughtless, he also gives information about racial incidents.
Matthew stirred and sat up gently, his hangover was quickly upon him. His eyes and head throbbing in pain and the regret of drinking too much in such a small time, was playing on his mind as he began to focus on the two princes’ who looked anything but happy as they stood staring at the two guests’ with woe. “I have been told of the misfortunes of my real life,” the young Amir began, as he looked at Alison coldly. “My life that I know of is of lies; I am not the lucky person I felt I was. I have been betrayed by one person —myself.
She stared at the loaves in disbelief. He didn’t even know her but he threw the bread knowing that if anyone saw him it would result in a beating. Katniss couldn’t explain his actions. This gave her hope. During the train ride from District 12 to the capitol, Haymitch vomits and falls in the mess because of all the spirits he has drunken, and Peeta offers to clean up.
The reader is first acquainted with Mr. Darcy's arrogance at the Meryton Ball. Speaking of Elizabeth Bennet, he so snobbishly says that she was, " tolerable, but not handsome enough to tempt me" (Austen 9). His feelings of superiority to the people of the town lend Mr. Darcy to be judged as a man with a repulsive and cruel personality. The women, who had found him dashingly attractive at first glance, deemed him a man unworthy of marriage because he offered no positive qualities other than wealth. Not only did Darcy refuse to dance with Elizabeth, but he makes it clear that no woman in the room was worthy or met his standards of a suitable partner stating that, " there is not another woman in this room, whom it would not be a punishment to me to stand up with" (Austen 8).
Romeo then finds out about the party and also that Rosaline will be attending. He then decided to attend this party as an uninvited guest. If it were not for Capulet sending incompetent help to do his tasks or if Romeo had been in a different spot at that time and did not come in contact with the servant, then Juliet and Romeo would have never even met in the first place. Also, while attending that party, Romeo is discovered at the party by Juliet’s cousin Tybalt. Tybalt has a strong hatred for all Montague’s and when he discovers that one is attending his own family’s party it really angers him.
To convince the reader of such horrific truth, Sassoon describes how disrespectful the majors are with their "puffy petulant faces" from eating and drinking excessively. Sassoon states how the majors are stuffing their faces and "Reading the Roll of Honor" in safe luxurious hotels while men are dying out on the field. For this, Sassoon feels so contemptuous towards the majors for they are demanding but hypocritical. They give out strict orders and boss soldiers around while they sit down and be tyrannical. They are just so barbaric and arrogant and show so much disrespect for those who have died in battle that it is not only ridicules to Sassoon but probably for the reader as well.