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Egypt is in revolt. It’s not revolting, it’s a revolution. The outcome of said revolt, however, is way less than clear. The army is taking over, they have the power to do this and the power to ruin everything as armies often do. That could be revolting.
By Robin Dreyer URL on 02.11.2011
it were possible
to keep revolts
between the pages
of history books.
By SprawlingInk URL on 02.11.2011
the group revolted against the president in egypt
By kamikaze URL on 02.11.2011
Revolt at the moment is making me think of work and why am I here and why don’t I revolt against it!!! I then think of bills that need paying, mortgage and holidays and I decide to hold my tongue, head down and carry on.
By misty URL on 02.11.2011
I don’t know what revolt means…. but yeah thats all i have 2 say..!!!
By "CountryGirl!!!":D URL on 02.11.2011
revolt is a word with no meaning to me. i don’t know what it means and i could careless what it means. I would rather right about something more important then this world like world hunger.
By Breanna Craven URL on 02.11.2011
When our flashlight went out we had to revolt the batteries so that way we could have light, and not be in the dark.
By Kayla URL on 02.11.2011
I think that to revolt against something is to like go against it or something like that. Or maybe it means to start a riot maybe.
By summer firm URL on 02.11.2011
Ahaha, I’m revolting against you.:)
By Thomas the Train:D URL on 02.11.2011
The revolt was already well under way by the time Shell got there. He stood at the edge of the crowd and tried not to get jostled too much as people milled around him, pushing, shoving, screaming, yelling, waving…
By Bramblepath on 02.11.2011
Revolt is a pretty cool word. Even though i don’t know what it means. It still sounds pretty cool.
By Daylan Turner on 02.11.2011
I dont know what revolt is but im going to guess that revolt is something is like a volt and you have to revolt it. Like my dad was volting something and then he messed up and then he revolted it
By chewbaca URL on 02.11.2011
I dont like to revolt it fills like a porteter
By werty URL on 02.11.2011
The only think i can thin about revolt is the Bear Flag Revolt. And its not that much.
By Wltbank URL on 02.11.2011
it make me think about revolution – in particular revolution in Tunisia and Egypt and the struggle of the oppressed to free themselves from authoritarian rule. revolt is the expression of public feeling, of public desire to make their voices heard against the silence imposed from above.
By teflgeek URL on 02.11.2011
Revolt. It’s what happens when a country is sick of their crappy leadership. Its happening in Egypt, they don’t like what happening they’re taking change into their own hands. Who knows? It might start happening other places too.
By Savannah Lee URL on 02.11.2011
he revolted her. he has revolted. he does not revolt. she is revolting. she revolts him.
By dustin URL on 02.11.2011
I dont know what this means so I don’t really know what to wrigth about so I’ll just keep doing it in till a run out of time but it’s taken to long to do so and I really want this to stop know…let see what can that word mean.
By Marie Anne on 02.11.2011
anger screaming angry mob blood teeth falling broken ribbs arguments fight !@#$%^&* child porn arrrghhh
By chi on 02.11.2011
“Zo kan het niet langer!” riep de man. Zijn stem was luid als de rollende donder. De mensen schreeuwden instemmend, knikten, hieven hun vuisten.
“Het is tijd om te protesteren!” Opnieuw een orkaan aan geluid van de mensen die naar de man opkeken. Nick keek vanuit de schaduwen van de muren toe. De man was dik, lelijk, maar toch wist hij een hele groep mensen te bewegen.
By ping URL on 02.11.2011
I find it revolting to be around her anymore. That sound… that awful sound that is her voice just makes my stomach churn. Her face never wears a genuine smile. She is just a born bitch.
By Amy URL on 02.11.2011
Let us not be fooled
by the folly of the
What is this thing they
cast and they call
the american dream?
By katiekieran URL on 02.11.2011
I learned about this is world history but I don’t remember any specific revolt– there was one with famers in US history…I’m bad at history.
By kayla on 02.11.2011
The crowd grew restless. In the air was a tension that would suffocate. Premiere Feyerodich was not sure how to proceed. His next words must be carefully chosen to prevent a violent outburst. It was probably a lost cause anyway, the clock had run out on his time to rule.
By Mitch Holmes URL on 02.11.2011
I sat there and waited. My father had just headed out for another day to work. I sat on the edge of my bed and looked around. Although no one knew, this would be the last hours of my stay in that house. I looked around, took my time, and memorized every detail.
My room had always been the safest place in the house for me. I could hide there. For a boy who did not exactly measure up to his parent’s standards I had a lot of reasons to hide, to create a space if not entirely, then under the surface of innocent pictures and books, my own.
I planned to run away that day. To be free at last of their rules and their expectations.
By Athena Arlene A. Fucoy on 02.11.2011
Revolution, fight for what you believe in. Also, I like to revolt in my bed, alone or with someone! Or to volt again and again, flip, turn
By maria on 02.11.2011
That’s just disgusting. And disturbing. There should be a new word to describe both feelings. Disgurbing.
The armies of them all are calling. They’re yelling at your shoes to hurry and you can barely straighten your tie.
By Gray URL on 02.11.2011
do i revolt you? do i revolt myself? how do i smell today, after a shower and some body spray? do i revolt the crowd? should i stay home?
By the_DEEDSTER URL on 02.11.2011
asians revolt against god for having microscopic dicks.
americans dont because they are gargantuic.
By walker on 02.11.2011
we revolted like youth do, against our bodies so that we could move toward bodes. and so we lay their trembling, scared, but hopeful, the way revolutionaries do, as they gather on the doorsteps of the dictator’s palace, hovering in that moment of silence as they stare down the rifles of the guards, not knowing they will shoot or stand down.
By dominguez URL on 02.11.2011
we are exp. a revolt! children go against what their parents are saying. music against what used to be, tv pushes the envelop, revolting against moral boundaries, there are no more boundaries or laws!
By OSO Imaging URL on 02.11.2011
revolution American Washington George Madison Adams, Bloody English revolutionaries, arms, guns, canons, disaster, sociology, 1776 Declaration of Independence, why?
By James Goalder on 02.11.2011
changing something up to down revolution life can change in few minuts
By zenzerosurf on 02.11.2011
revolt, revolt! he doesn’t even know the word. Instead he uses other tactics. Crying sometimes, but he’s really too clever for that. He knows what works best. Pestering. Nagging. Complaining. Or, his best tactic – asking for cuddles. Cuddles always stops us in our tracks and reminds us we are there to love him, most of all. Above all else. Revolt for love.
By verityk URL on 02.11.2011
to revolt is to ignore all rules and ignore all consequences. sometimes its for a greater good, sometimes its just because you don’t care or think the rule are stupid. i revolt everyday. i do what i want when i want and make sure i don’t get caught. it’s pretty simple when you get down to it you just have to take the time to figure it out. revolting is fun
By Mo on 02.11.2011
I revolt when my grandma dosent let me do something.
By nick URL on 02.11.2011
i watched a good movie one time its called youth and revolt i have to say its one of the most confusing yet funny movie i watched.
By ruger13 URL on 02.11.2011
Revolting would be showing anger that shows action. Like punching someone or hitting anything.
By Jpac URL on 02.11.2011
The americans revolted against the british.
By Sam tate URL on 02.11.2011
to break away from or rise against constituted authority, as by open rebellion; cast off allegiance or subjection to those in authority; rebel; mutiny: to revolt against the present government.
By chase Curell URL on 02.11.2011
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