Hunger Games and Toddlers and Tiaras Comparison Essay
There are many major differences between the Hunger Games and Toddlers and Tiaras. One of the most recognizable differences between the two, is that the Hunger Games is a book about a girl trying to survive a game for the entertainment of the capitol and for scaring the citizens from rebellion. Whereas the reality television show toddlers and tiaras is about little girls beauty pageants.
One of the numerous and large differences between the Hunger Games and Toddlers and Tiaras is that in the Hunger Games the girls are trying to survive by killing each other or simply outlasting the others to unnatural “natural occurrences” of deadly storms and fires. While in the show Toddlers and Tiaras girls cry and whine about not being perfect enough to win grand supreme glitz beauty girl. The struggles of the pageant contestants is the possible uneven spray tans or maybe an uncomfortable dress that’s too restricting for the girls to move freely and easily across the stage. However the great struggle of being in the hunger games is full of poisonous berries and venomous tracker jackers that can and often will kill you. There are also some but not too many similarities between the Hunger Games and Toddlers and Tiaras. A key similarity is that rich and poor people have it differently in the everyday life of a person in panem and also at the super glitz pageants. In rich people can afford to buy food, the poor have to hunt or work extremely hard for very little. For the young pageant girls with rich Mommies and Daddies pageant aren't nearly as stressful as it is for the little girls who have given everything just so they can compete in the pageants. The rich girls easily have the nicest spray tans, teeth, extremely expensive dresses, coaches and even fake hair and designers. But for the not so rich pageant girls, their parents scrape up every dollar they have just to compete so they don’t always have the best spray tans...
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