Please check this writing for grammatical errors. I've already tried my best to do such, but my friend told me there are some errors in this writing. Thank you to whoever who will do the job for me. Emotion: smile

By the way, please don't mind some mild words. It's all part of my writing.

Pre-note: What can you say about the situation of mine that I've just encountered?

To hide everything underneath, names will either be hidden or change.

Borne has an absurd MP3 player with a lot of 250 trendy songs or so. Isn't it listening to a favorite song already a compact to everyone even if you say you're not a big enthusiast of music?

Rhetorical question.

The desperate nerve just came out from nowhere, with his angst attitude, punching the bunch of pillows beside Borne just to show he's a sturdy boy. The antagonist, by his own course of actions, could almost be called as the prudish Donna of this worst drama.

He was actually trying to thwart the protagonist, Borne, from doing such good measures - like what we had here a while ago.

The aspiring superstar then released his ugly voice out as if no one was in our place - and as if he owns the player. He said, "...and why did you remove my favorite songs? How stupid."

Too desperate on what has come out from his mouth, Borne, the central character of what you're reading now, was frightened by the tone of the voice. His toes, already covered by threats, could almost plunge him down the flow.

...and for the second time, the leading role OWNS the player. But the problem was the antagonist, who was forcing himself to heave Borne off so that he could get a hold of what he wishes for, regardless of what Borne has felt subsequently - a bit of overcast deep inside.

Due to the unforeseen coercion from what the bossy type of antagonist did state, Borne has decided to swab out his desired songs in his MP3 player - all songs to be precised. Even if he had been feeling quite lonesome for what he have done for centuries.

- To find all the old song manually the enemy wants was a distressing idea.

- To drag a song to the boring play list was not as pleasurable as what you're thinking right now. Especially if you're going to drag the handle one by one.

- And to give you a brief idea, it almost took him decades to have the job done.

Pre-note: You know guys, you may get this dreadful happening in case you know a situation where in a kid does not hoard much songs in his favorite lists in iTunes, particularly if it is not his liking.

What can you feel about this situation if for example you are on the shoe of Borne? Hilarious eh?
Pre-note: What can you say about the situation of mine that I've just encountered?
To hide everything underneath, names will either be hidden or change.
Borne has an absurd MP3 player with a lot of 250 trendy songs or so. Isn't it listening to a favorite song already a compact to everyone even if you say you're not a big enthusiast of music?
Rhetorical question.
The desperate nerve just came out from nowhere, with his angst I don't know this word attitude, punching the bunch of pillows beside Borne just to show he's a sturdy boy. The antagonist, by his own course of actions, could almost be called as the prudish Donna of this worst drama.
He was actually trying to thwart?I don't know this wordthe protagonist, Borne, from doing such good measures - like what we had here a while ago.
The aspiring superstar then released his ugly voice out as if no one was in our place - and as if he owns the player. He said, "...and why did you remove my favorite songs? How stupid."
Too desperate on what has come out from his mouth, Borne, the central character of what you're reading now, was frightened by the tone of the voice. His toes, already covered by threats, could almost plunge him down the flow.
...and for the second time, the leading role OWNS the player. But the problem was the antagonist, who was forcing himself to heave Borne off so that he could get a hold of what he wishes for, regardless of what Borne has felt subsequently - a bit of overcast deep inside.
Due to the unforeseen coercion from what the bossy type of antagonist did state, Borne has decided to swab out his desired songs in his MP3 player - all songs to be precised. Even if he had been feeling quite lonesome for what he have done for centuries.
- To find all the old song manually the enemy wants was a distressing idea.
- To drag a song to the boring play list was not as pleasurable as what you're thinking right now. Especially if you're going to drag the handle one by one.
- And to give you a brief idea, it almost took him decades to have the job done.
Pre-note: You know guys, you may get this dreadful happening in case you know a situation where in a kid does not hoard much songs in his favorite lists in iTunes, particularly if it is not his liking.
What can you feel about this situation if for example you are on the shoe of Borne? Hilarious eh?
Look over the highlighted places.
Pre-note: What can you say about the situation of mine that I've just encountered?
To hide everything underneath, names will either be hidden or change.
Borne has an absurd MP3 player with a lot of 250 trendy songs or so. Isn't it listening to a favorite song already a compact to everyone even if you say you're not a big enthusiast of music?
Rhetorical question.
The desperate nerve just came out from nowhere, with his angst I don't know this word attitude, punching the bunch of pillows beside Borne just to show he's a sturdy boy. The antagonist, by his own course of actions, could almost be called as the prudish Donna of this worst drama.
He was actually trying to thwart?the protagonist, Borne, from doing such good measures - like what we had here a while ago.
The aspiring superstar then released his ugly voice out as if no one was in our place - and as if he owns the player. He said, "...and why did you remove my favorite songs? How stupid."
Too desperate on what has come out from his mouth, Borne, the central character of what you're reading now, was frightened by the tone of the voice. His toes, already covered by threats, could almost plunge him down the flow.
...and for the second time, the leading role OWNS the player. But the problem was the antagonist, who was forcing himself to heave Borne off so that he could get a hold of what he wishes for, regardless of what Borne has felt subsequently - a bit of overcast deep inside.
Due to the unforeseen coercion from what the bossy type of antagonist did state, Borne has decided to swab out his desired songs in his MP3 player - all songs to be precised. Even if he had been feeling quite lonesome for what he have done for centuries.
- To find all the old song manually the enemy wants was a distressing idea.
- To drag a song to the boring play list was not as pleasurable as what you're thinking right now. Especially if you're going to drag the handle one by one.
- And to give you a brief idea, it almost took him decades to have the job done.
Pre-note: You know guys, you may get this dreadful happening in case you know a situation where in a kid does not hoard much songs in his favorite lists in iTunes, particularly if it is not his liking.
What can you feel about this situation if for example you are on the shoe of Borne? Hilarious eh?!
I purple my correction!