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The word originality just doesn’t appeal to the world anymore. Everyone is so hyped on getting the latest trends, fashions, and electronics. The act of being original is the act of being who you are. Being like everyone else is just being a conformist and going with what the everyday man wears, uses and does instead of that person’s own interest. The trends that everyone follows can stretch anywhere from the clothes on someone’s back all the way to the electronics that each and every person use. Music and everything that each person should take up because it interest them is only being taken up these days because each person hears what everyone else wants and takes those ideas into their own.
To be a conformist is to be like everyone else and not do what that specific person wants to do. Each and every person on this earth is born with likes and dislikes. Though it is possible to adopt new ideas and learn other things they like it is not possible to adopt all ideals of another. Otherwise known as being a conformist and not being original anymore. Someone being who they aren’t is the ultimate way to go against yourself and your own beliefs. But in its own way being a conformist isn’t the worst thing because everyone being different will only create arguments among society(like there isn’t enough of that already). There are pros and cons to it.
Clothes are another one of the more mainstream(if you will) concepts of the idea of being original. We as kids are built on the idea that we need to fit in with the crowd and be like everyone else. Yet as each person grows up they carry the values set forth for each individual. Whether they may take the ideals of another or of their respective families, these are the way they are to form as a individual. But to take up what other people are doing is the way that they los themselves and become like every other. Such as the very clothes that they wear. More of the current or in trend as society would like to put it...
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