So during our peer revisions, there was something I constantly noticed when being critiqued. I knew everything they were saying. I probably wouldn’t have admitted it, but whatever they said I had totally thought about prior to. I already had the basic idea down for every bit of a suggestion on what I could write, I just hadn’t put the time into the draft to make it finalized. I mean, hell yeah thanks for the advice, but I think my mentality is the problem. I’m too damn self-absorbed. All of a sudden you start playing quidditch and all of a sudden youre Mr. CoolGuy.
Back to the subject. Walking away from the experience, I felt little incentive to revise. There was no negative feedback, and I just had to draft up some more space on the page. Of course I didn’t go with my instinct. Tomorrow (thanks to the extension provided to me) I’ll be turning in a beautiful essay about 7-8 pages long, and will inspire the audience to go buy a brew, and give a very rude gesture indeed to big beer giants.