Would you rather never have to shower again or never have to clip your toenails?

Would you rather never have to shower again or never have to clip your toenails?


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Expert

Expert

Imma gonna say go with the very first answer (:

milkshakegrande101

milkshakegrande101

A. 
The setting creates a conflict for the narrator.

alonnachambon

alonnachambon

Never have to Clip my toenails . I don’t wanna look a dead rat if I don’t shower

mya1318

mya1318

never have to clip my toenails i hate it its so weird and i actually enjoy showering. so thats my answer

plshelpme53

plshelpme53

c IS THE ANSWER.

Speaker III

JUST READ IT AND SEE

III

Ladies, gentlewomen, and other inferior women: The former orations were exclamations against men, repining at their condition and mourning for our own; but we have no reason to speak against men, who are our admirers and lovers; they are our protectors, defenders, and maintainers; they admire our beauties, and love our persons; they protect us from injuries, defend us from dangers, are industrious for our subsistence, and provide for our children; they swim great voyages by sea, travel long journeys by land, to get us rarities and curiosities; they dig to the center of the earth for gold for us; they dive to the bottom of the sea for jewels for us; they build to the skies houses for us; they hunt, fowl, fish, plant, and reap for food for us. All which, we could not do ourselves; and yet we complain of men, as if they were our enemies, whenas we could not possibly live without them, which shows we are as ungrateful as inconstant. But we have more reason to murmur against Nature, than against men, who hath made men more ingenious, witty, and wise than women; more strong, industrious, and laborious than women; for women are witless and strengthless, and unprofitable creatures, did they not bear children. Wherefore, let us love men, praise men, and pray for men; for without men, we should be the most miserable creatures that Nature hath made or could make.

rleiphart1

rleiphart1

c. Speaker III

Explanation:

Speaker III is the only orator that praises men, without criticizing them at all. This speaker tells us that men are not only not the source of women's miseries, but that they are, in fact, a blessing to women. The orator tells us that men do everything for women, and that without them, women would be lost, as they are a lot less witty, strong and brave than men.