Sloppy People The essay takes a critical look at the main difference between the neat and the sloppy people.
October 28, at 5: How do you respond to her view of neat people? October 28, at 6: I think a neat person can be energetic, nice, re-useful, and creative. The process it takes to be neat takes energy, so it is impossible for a neat person to actually be lazy! Neat people often create cool, creative things to store items away and not have to throw as much away and she thinks they do.
I believe that neat people are actually more creative than sloppy people because they come up with interesting ways to keep things orderly and neat. October 28, at She clearly supports her view in her essay by comparing them to sloppy people like myself.
She uses the organization method of Subject by Subject comparison. Britt then turned to neat people, assessing them mainly by explaining how they go about doing everyday activities, such as going through mail. This compassion is what adds to their clutter. Never handle any item twice, and throw everything away.
Neat people are lazy in the sense that they want everything organized practically and easily accessible because they are too lazy to look for things later, and they get rid of things without much thought because they are too lazy to stop and inspect things for value.
Sloppy people are not lazy when it comes to finding value, for they find value in almost everything. Instead, they are lazy when it comes to executing their ideas, which is why they remain sloppy. They have many ideas of how to organize their slop, but they are simply too lazy to follow through on these ideas.
This reply was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by. October 29, at 4: First off, I was surprised to see her bashing clean people.
As a relatively sloppy person myself, I can kind of agree with this sentiment.
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Sloppy People” by Suzanne Britt; and “Grant and Lee” by Bruce Catton, I found Bruce Catton’s method more efficient. I Enjoyed Suzanne Britt’s essay better but Catton’s was easier to fallow and understand.