dairy of a wimpy kid , hard luck
By r88b, Updated
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In the begining of the book, Greg treated Rowley like slave . Rowley did what ever Greg told him to do . For an example like "carrying his pack pack", or "whatching out for dog poop" . Greg did not respect that there were 2 people in this friendship, he believed that everything was about him, that he was the only one who had an opinion in the relationship .
Around the first section around pages Rowley had said that he got a girl friend Greg was surprised that Rowley got a girl friend before he did, and believed Rowely had no chance of finding a girl, until now . Since Rowely had a girlfriend, Greg says that he has change, like his actions and his appearance . Rowely stopped blowing milk bubles and changed his cloths and saying that Greg "was just jealous" . They pretty much just stopped hanging out that much, and separated .
Greg was desperate to find a new friend . There was a button that literally tell you to press it, and a friend well appear. That didn't go so well with Greg, instead Mr. Nern appeared, and they ended up playing chess . Then Greg met this one, kid named Fregly . Fregly was one of those kids who didnt really fit in . Greg knew that every cool kid needed a side kick, like the kids from the cool table . So he went up to him and gave him a offering, to sit at there table . Then one day they went up to a bunch of people and Fregly started to eat his lunch with his belly button and there group of friend thought "that was cool", and Fregly took greg's spot.
In the end it turned out fine between them but in my opione Greg is still a bad friend and Rowley still does not stand up for him self . Even though its not the right thing to . I'm pretty sure Greg is going to go back into the old ways of how he treated Rowley, "carrying his books, and his back pack and watching out for dog poop " .
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