The Perks of being a wallflower

September 13, 2013 at 5:10 pm | Posted in Collage, Well-being | Leave a comment
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I enjoyed the movie, and I wonder what if the name was blackout, or a name that describes the messiness of child sexual abuse and its effects along the life, or high school  groups . And  I think that the current name and may be the last scene is what enlightened  this ‘screenplay of the book” I didn’t read the book, and made it  nice .

I liked the meaning of Perk when looked it up.

perk1
pərk/
verb
verb: perk; 3rd person present: perks; past tense: perked; past participle: perked; gerund or present participle: perking
  1. 1.
    become more cheerful, lively, or interesting.
    “in the second half, the dance perked up”
    synonyms: recover, rally, improve, revive, take a turn for the better, look up, pick up, bounce back More

    “the economy has been slow to perk up”
    • make someone or something more cheerful, lively, or interesting.
      “the coffee had perked him up long enough to tackle the reviews”
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