So I was forced to clean up my desk, after what seems to be like a year… and guess what I find? A bundle of pens and pencils, stacks of old papers…

So I was forced to clean up my desk, after what seems to be like a year… and guess what I find? A bundle of pens and pencils, stacks of old papers that I got back and slipped under some layers of stuff, long-lost doodles, my mail opener that I haven’t been able to find for months, and much more. So then I consider how shocking it may be, both to me (who hasn’t cleaned the desk in ages) and especially to those who know me at school. At school, I am organized and prepared with almost everything, except tape, because that gets icky when placed in a pencil case for too long but at home I’m completely disorganized to the max. I act crazy with some friends, more reserved with others, and definitely reserved with teachers and such — does this make me double-faced?   People tend to act differently at home, with friends, with teachers, and with different people in general, but is that being double-faced? I’m sure you don’t act the same way to everyone, so what defines “being double-faced” — what marks the borderline?   – Vivian

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