Everyone burst out laughing, and as I was trying to explain that they were just pictures of my friends that I had named as a joke, my teacher glared at me and told me to see her after class. ""One day my boyfriend and I were making out by our lockers during break, and his hands were all over me. I didn't know what to be more embarrassed about: the fact my dad caught me with my guy or the fact that he gave me lunch money in front of everyone!It was probably a little too much, but we were so absorbed, I didn't really care.
An annoying guy shouted out, 'Which gas would you classify that as? When you're plugged into the projector, everyone in the class can see your computer desktop.
I realized-after everyone had seen it-that I had a folder named Sexy Pics! He usually stays in the upperclassman building, but he came to my wing to bring me my lunch money.
Then he looked behind me, and said, 'You know your hood is caught in the locker, right?
' And all I could do was laugh nervously and try to get myself free."In science, we were studying the gasses on the periodic table.
Consider the narration in this clip from : Now, I will write a sample narrative essay, as if this clip were based on my experience.
Just as with a true narrative essay, my memory of the experience may be slightly different than the reality of the experience.
So, your professor just gave you a new assignment, and it looks like an interesting topic. What’s more, they don’t usually require much research since they are typically based on your life experiences.
The problem is you don’t know how to write a narrative essay. All that said, there are some important rules to follow.
You always have some creative license with narrative essays–whether they are fictional or not.
Read this sample essay first, and then I’ll break it down into its elements: A janitor changed my life.