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First paragraph. I changed my satire topic yet again. I figured I didn't really know enough about crude oil prices and opec to criticize it well enough to be effective...

So, I'm trying to persuade high school students to enjoy life without the worry of bills and such...

My last four years of high school I couldn’t wait to break free from the invisible, binding bars of “not being 18.” I was ready to experience life without a curfew, rules, or chores. I dreamt of my own apartment, accommodating parties as frequently as possible. I was ready to be on my own. I was ready to be free. I was ready to begin my life.

what elements should I make sarcastic and funny?

I thought about discussing a money tree in the back yard...
or talking about my hopes of both the dishes and laundry washing themselves...

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