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Descriptive essay about a dorm room

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´╗┐As I walk down the hall leading to my room I hear strange noises coming from my room. I stop at the door to my room and think about how crazy it's been living there. Its been hectic living in the same room with two brothers when the room is not gargantuan. It?s almost as if my room has been separated into three sections so that my brothers and I have separate areas for our own belongings. I finally walk in and its like stepping into a disaster zone. ...read more.


My section of the room is freaky because it is actually clean most of the time and I think of myself as being messy. The strange thing about the music coming from our stereos is that it fits each section of my room. The walls and ceiling are the only two things we do not divide between ourselves. On two walls there are posters of our favorite sports teams ranging from the Yankees to the Bills. On the other two walls there are posters of each of our favorite bands ranging from Nirvana to Red Hot Chili Peppers. ...read more.


The three dressers are three different sizes. My younger brother has the smallest dresser, I have the middle sized dresser, and my older has the largest sized dresser. The closet is divided into three sections just like most of the things in my room. There are all kinds of different things in my room that is mine and my brothers?. The music, posters, beds, and dressers are not even close to everything located in my room. These other things are about five CD players and more than 375 CDs to listen to. There are also two desks, three book shelves, one TV, video games, and lots of baseball, football, and soccer trophies. All these odds and ends somehow fit in my relatively small room. ...read more.

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