A particular period of architecture
Advances in education
All about a favorite radio show
All about your favorite vacation spot
America’s fastest growing cities
Ballroom dancing
Basic economic principles
Best locales in Switzerland
Best travel destinations
Branches of the military
Breeds of dogs
Causes and effects of air pollution
Causes and effects of water pollution
Causes and harmful effects of deforestation
Causes of cancer
Causes of Diabetes
Causes of global warming
Censorship in history
Cheapest vacation spots in the world
Chinese food
Civil War generals
Competitive horseback riding
Computer viruses
Crazy laws
Cruise vacations
Deep sea fish
Democracy: the best form of government
Description of life in another country
Different types of cancers
Dog shows
Dream interpretation
Drinking problems
Drug problems
Effects of environmental degradation
Effects of global warming
Electric cars
Evolution of the English language
Evolution of video games
Evolution of voting laws
Exotic pets
Famous advertising campaigns
Famous diplomats
Famous speeches
Foreign TV shows
Former child stars
Fringe known political parties
Fundamental rights of an individual
Historical events that occurred on your speech day
History of a favorite product brand
Holiday destinations in France

How a computer works
How nuclear power works
How roads are built
How to change your car’s oil
How to deal with social evils?
How to drive a stick-shift
How to fight against child abuse?
How to find cheap airline tickets
How to get good grades
How to knit a scarf
How to make a website
How to make pizza
How to organize a closet
How to pick a bottle of wine
How to play chess
How to read a map
How to shoot a basketball
How to survive a job interview
How to swing a golfclub
How to take care of health in summer?
How to weave a basket
How to write a resume

ID theft
Impact of media on society
Importance of a balanced diet for good health
Importance of personal hygiene
Importance of recycling of waste materials
Importance of vitamins and minerals
Interesting cultures
Internet dating
Key phrases in a foreign language
Lesser known Presidents
Life in the future
Local folklore
Measures to keep surroundings clean
National Parks
Natural disasters
Near death experiences
Nursing homes
Origins of superstitions
Picking a name for your children
Places to visit in India
Professional baseball stadiums
Psychological profiling
Raising pet snakes
Real life vampires
Roadside attractions
Sales tactics
Saving money on your income taxes
Schools of painting
Serial killers
Seven wonders of the world
Social evils in underdeveloped countries
Sports card collecting
The biography of your favorite actor
The history of comic books
The history of the Bible
The history of your hometown
The latest discoveries in astronomy
The Miss America Pageant
The newspaper business
The story of how your school was founded
The three branches of US government
Things to take along while traveling
Treatment for different types of cancers
Trends in the stock market
Types of cheese
Types of poetry
Types of tropical fish
US territories
Ways of preventing air pollution
Ways of preventing water pollution
Why is education essential for children?
Working in the fast food industry
World War II heroes
Young billionaires

65 years the ripe age for retirement
Are actors and professional athletes paid too much?
Are beauty pageants exploitive?
Are CEO’s paid too much?
Are girls too mean to each other?
Are parents clueless about child predators on the Internet?
Are there benefits to attending a single-sex school?
Cheating helps students learn
Cheating is beneficial for students
Children are parent driven
Do colleges put too much stock in standardized test scores?
Do curfews keep teens out of trouble?
Does access to condoms irresponsible, dangerous, or bad behavior?
Does access to condoms prevent teen pregnancy?
Does age matter in relationships?
Does boredom lead to trouble?
Does participation in sports keep teens out of trouble?
Does technology give you more free time?
Facebook rules the world
For women there is no need for men
Good looking girls get the jobs
If we are under the age of 30 and want a healthy life, we should definitely get a bicycle instead of a car
Is a lottery a good idea?
Is cheating out of control?
Is college admission too competitive?
Is competition good?
Is homework harmful or helpful?
Is our election process fair?
Is the cost of college too high?
Is the death penalty effective?
Is there too much of commercialism in the Internet?
Is this dependence on computers a good thing or should we be more suspicious of their benefits?
Is torture ever acceptable?
Parents are responsible for bad behavior in kids
Polygamy is quite natural
Should creationism be taught in public schools?
Should English be the official language in the United States?
Should gay couples be able to marry?
Should girls ask boys out?
Should men get paternity leave from work?
Should restrictions be placed on the use of mobile phones in public areas like restaurants and theaters?
Should sex education be increased in schools in an attempt to curb problems such as teenage pregnancy?
Should students be allowed to grade their teachers?
Should the alcoholic drinking age be increased or decreased?
Should the military be allowed to recruit at high schools?
Should the racing industry be forced to use biofuels?
Should the rain forests destruction be prohibited? How is it possible to protect forests?
Should there still be colleges and schools just for men/boys and some just for women/girls?
Should we do more to deal with the problem of domestic violence, or is the problem exaggerated?
Standard American diets cause cancer
Stress is good for the human body
Technology has replaced the human factor
Vegetarians are prone to osteoporosis
What age is appropriate for dating?
What are some of the best ways to welcome and then assimilate immigrants into American life?
What danger does the society face depending on computer screens rather than face-to-face contact as the main means of communication?
What do you think about vegetarians?
When should parents let teens make their own decisions?
Will e-books replace books as the primary source of information?

Attitudes toward exercising
Attitudes toward money
Attitudes toward politics
Attitudes toward tipping in restaurants
Baseball pitchers football quarterbacks or soccer goalies
Cars by their trademarks
Countries according to the density and quantity of their population
Customers at your work place
Dancing styles
Different uses of social networking sites (such as Facebook and MySpace)
First dates
High school teachers or college professors
Historical events for instance wars USA participated in
Inventions according to their significance for the mankind frequency of usage and influence on the development of the human race
Methods of studying for a final examination
Music on your MP3 player
Note-taking strategies
On-campus jobs for students
Online educational resources
People waiting in line
Political activists
Portable music players
Reality shows on television
Reasons for attending (or not attending) college
Rides at an amusement park
Road trips
Sales clerks
Self-centered people
Sports fans
Stand-up comedians
Stores in the mall
Study habits
Styles of eating in the cafeteria
Talk-show hosts
Television comedies
Television detectives
The representatives of flora and fauna into groups ie birds insects animals trees shrubs flowers
Video games
Videos on YouTube
Visitors to a museum
Ways of boring people
Ways of coping with a cold
Ways of protecting the environment
Ways of quitting smoking
Ways of saving money

Compare and Contrast:
“The Battle Hymn of the Republic” to “God Bless the USA”
“The Star Spangled Banner” to “American Pie” (the song)
A big college campus to a small college campus
A female friend and a male friend
A good boss and a bad boss
A real vacation and a dream vacation
A starting pitcher and a reliever
An active student and a passive student
An online class compared to a traditional class
Being a teen to being a toddler
Being afraid to being bored
Being grounded to being in jail
Being rich to being famous
Bulimia and anorexia
Camping in the deep woods to sleeping in a motel
Compare and contrast Frye’s and Bartky’s accounts of oppression
Compare WWI to WWII, identifying similarities in the causes, development, and outcomes of the wars
Contrast Wordsworth and Coleridge; what are the major differences in their poetry?
Going to a move to watching a movie at home
Harry Potter–on the page and on the screen
Infatuation versus love
Learning to ride a bike to learning to drive a car
Living on a farm to living in the city
Living on campus and living off campus
Making an apple pie to making a mud pie
Microsoft’s Zune and Apple’s iPod
Nascar to Formula One
Physical beauty to inner beauty
Playing Wii™ games to playing real games
Reality TV shows to high school
Riding a roller coaster to loving somebody
Snowfall to rainfall
Spending time with your friend to spending time with your dog
Talking to your mom and talking to your friends
The benefits of cold to the benefits of heat
The car you own and the car you dream of owning
The influence of celebrities to the influence of parents
The influence of music to the influence of books
The life of a dog to the life of a cat
The rules set for you as a child and the rules you have set (or plan to set) for your own children
The Toyota Camry hybrid and the Camry sedan
Two candidates competing for public office
Two classes in the same subject: one in high school and the other in college
Two close friends
Two coffee shops
Two fast-food restaurants
Two hosts of late-night talk shows
Two memorable teachers or professors
Two neighborhoods
Two perspectives on the same place: morning and night
Two perspectives on the same place: past and present
Two pets in the same household
Two places you have visited
Two professional athletes
Two sports fans
Two stages of a person’s life
Two types of exercise
Two vampires
Two video games
Two views of your parents: before and after you left home
Two ways of downloading music or movies
Two ways of losing weight: one healthy, the other dangerous
Two ways of studying for an exam
Two ways to break a bad habit
Two workplaces
Washing dishes to washing laundry
Working as a waitress to working as a flight attendant
Your best birthday to your worst birthday
Your experiences before and after giving up a bad habit
Your family home and the house of your dreams
Your happiest day to your saddest day

Cause and Effect:
Analyze the effects of excessive television viewing on a particular audience
Cause and effects of forest fires
Cause and effects of media violence
Causes and effects of global warming
Causes and effects of land pollution
Causes and effects of teenage depression
Causes and effects of unemployment
Causes of atmospheric pollution
Causes of contracting cancer
Discuss three or four good effects of a college education Supply appropriate examples for each
Does the United Nations have any influence in the world nowadays?
Effects of legalizing abortion
Effects of using mobile phones too much
Explain a personal, unreasonable fear or irritation of yours Give its causes
Explain the cause(s) of some clothing or hairstyle fad(s)
Explain the causes for the popularity of fast food restaurants
Explain the effects of learning to write well
Explain the effects of noise pollution
Explain the effects of some minor invention
Explain the major reasons for the high dropout rate in college
Explain your interest or lack of interest in sports or a specific sport
Explain your like or dislike of a particular book or writer, movie, musician or television program
Generation gap; causes and effects
How did the invention of the automobile in the 1920’s change the world and what positive and negative influences it has had on society?
How mood is affected by weather?
Influencing changes to Medicare/Medicaid
Misbehavior at school, causes and effects
Neglect of physical activities; causes and effects
Passage of a national health program will result in heavy burdens on doctors
Problems that city causes for people and environment
Reading interventions and sustained effects
Should ideas be considered causal variables in political analysis?
Soccer: Why it can’t make the big time in the USA?
Technology and its effect on human freedom and happiness in society
The cause and effect of the most important event in the United States history
The causes of children tantrums
The causes of extreme weather conditions around the globe apart from human activities
The effect of SSRIs on adolescents
The effects of leaking military technology to the civilian societies
The effects of mercury on community health
The Effects of multilingualism on the learning of additional languages
The effects of native language instruction on the ESL development of adults: a synthesis of the research
The effects of sleep deprivation to work productivity
The influence of TV advertising on gender identity
Volcano eruptions: Causes and Effects
What are the actual and potential consequences of nuclear leaks and meltdowns?
What are the causes and effect of the computer revolution?
What are the causes of unrest in Ireland?
What are the effects of the illiteracy?
What caused the AIDS epidemic?
What caused the proliferation of the bubonic plague in the Middle Ages?
What causes rain, and what are the usual effects of it?
What effect and after-math can have the vanishing of the animal and plant species?
What effect does the business participation on the Internet have on privacy considerations? What is the debate over this issue?
What effect does the Internet have on businesses and corporations?
What effect has the automobile had on the American society?
What effects can be attributed to phenomena such as Apartheid?
What effects can be attributed to phenomena such as El Nino?
What effects can be attributed to phenomena such as the Civil Rights movement of the 50s and 60s?
What effects can be attributed to phenomena such as the hippies of the 1950s and 60s?
What were the causes of the American Civil War?
What were the causes of the Great Depression?
What were the causes of the World War I?
Why do people sometimes move to different countries, and how it changes their lives?
Write a cause and effect essay about acid rain

A beautiful winter day
A character from a book, movie, or television program
A favorite childhood toy
A frightening place
A person who intimidates you
A person who is most admired
A person you admire or respect
A pet or an animal in the zoo
A place near water (ocean, lake, pond, river, swimming pool)
A prison cell, police station, or courtroom
A prized possession
A scene of environmental destruction
A shopping mall
A yard sale or flea market
An accident on the freeway
An art exhibit
An ideal apartment
An inspiring view
An irritating child
Backstage during a play or a concert
Birds at a bird feeder
Describing the best season of the year
Favorite restaurant
First day of school
First kiss
Housewarming party
Late night or early morning
Meeting a celebrity
Summer vacation
The devastation caused by natural disaster
The experience of sky diving
The inside of a spaceship
The look and taste of a favorite food or dessert
The most romantic day
The scene at a concert or athletic event
Wedding ceremony
Your dream house
Your ideal roommate
Your memory of a place that you visited as a child
Your old neighborhood
A beautiful winter day
A character from a book, movie, or television program
A favorite childhood toy
A frightening place
A person who intimidates you
A person who is most admired
A person you admire or respect
A pet or an animal in the zoo
A place near water (ocean, lake, pond, river, swimming pool)
A prison cell, police station, or courtroom
A prized possession
A scene of environmental destruction
A shopping mall
A yard sale or flea market
An accident on the freeway
An art exhibit
An ideal apartment
An inspiring view
An irritating child
Backstage during a play or a concert
Birds at a bird feeder
Describing the best season of the year
Favorite restaurant
First day of school
First kiss
Housewarming party
Late night or early morning
Meeting a celebrity
Summer vacation
The devastation caused by natural disaster
The experience of sky diving
The inside of a spaceship
The look and taste of a favorite food or dessert
The most romantic day
The scene at a concert or athletic event
Wedding ceremony
Your dream house
Your ideal roommate
Your memory of a place that you visited as a child
Your old neighborhood

Describe some nonmaterial things that make you happy
Describe some productive ways students can spend their leisure time
Describe the effects of marijuana
Describe the likely consequences of doing poorly in school
Describe the likely consequences of requiring a childbearing license
Describe the likely consequences of selling drugs
Describe the likely consequences of taking drugs
Describe the major stressors in teens’ lives
Describe the things that bring you greatest happiness
Describe the ways you help out at home
Describe three things you would like to change about the world and explain why you would change them
Describe what you feel a boy should do if he finds out his girlfriend is pregnant
Description of a place where you would like to spend eternity
Discuss what “ideology” means and the different uses and abuses to which it may be put in a political system
Explain 3 different interpretations of green marketing
Explain Aristotle’s argument supporting his view that the contemplative life is the chief good
Explain children exposure to TV violence and aggressive behavior
Explain how American corporations harnessed the media to further their goals between 1890 and 1940
Explain how life for a teenager changes once she has a baby
Explain how moving from place to place affects teens
Explain Kant’s account of the conflict between duty and inclination in moral judgment
Explain Kant’s third formulation of the categorical imperative in terms of a “kingdom of ends”
Explain Nietzsche’s account of noble morality as embodied in the distinction between the terms “good” and “bad”
Explain the basic principles of Zarathustra’s philosophy leaning on the works of Nietzsche
Explain the challenges facing the policing in the 21st century
Explain the consequences of adopting a pass/fail grading system
Explain the consequences of having a job while in high school
Explain the consequences of having alcohol on the school campus
Explain the consequences of the nationalism
Explain the difficulties some teens have once they are in gangs
Explain the how music affects your life
Explain the impact of different music genres on society
Explain the likely consequences of abolishing capital punishment
Explain the likely consequences of being kicked out of school
Explain the likely consequences of being sexually active without using protection
Explain the likely consequences of brothers and sisters constantly fighting
Explain the likely consequences of dropping out of school
Explain the likely consequences of ending forced busing
Explain the likely consequences of enforcing an 11:00 pm curfew
Explain the likely consequences of increasing the passing time between classes from five to fifteen minutes
Explain the likely consequences of requiring students to wear uniforms
Explain the likely consequences of skipping classes
Explain the likely consequences of skipping school
Explain the likely consequences of teens becoming sexually active
Explain the roles of public opinion in development of Health Care Policy
Explain why dealing with their parents’ divorce can be difficult for many teens
Explain why getting a driver’s license is an important event in the lives of many teenagers
Explain why it is helpful to organize your materials and activities
Explain why most teenagers are materialistic
Explain why parents are sometimes strict
Explain why some cities have curfews for teens
Explain why some schools don’t have open lunch policies
Explain why some students forced to leave school once they are sixteen
Explain why some teen’s parents do not like to be alone with their child’s boyfriend or girlfriend
Explain why some teenagers dislike saying the pledge to the flag
Explain why some teens commit suicide
Explain why some teens get jobs
Explain why some teens join gangs
Explain why some teens skip school
Explain why someone you know should be regarded a leader
Explain why students listen to a particular type of music
Explain why teens do drugs
Explain why teens love their parents even when family situations are difficult
Explain why teens smoke cigarettes
Explain why teens wear makeup
Explain why you admire a particular person
Explain why you are interested in a particular career
Explain why you especially enjoyed a particular teacher
Explain why you like (or do not like) to work in a team
Explain why you prefer living in an apartment (or house)
Explain why you should laughing at an embarrassing moments
Explain why your school work is important
Give your interpretation of Freud’s theory of dreams
If you had to be an animal which would you be and why?
Select three objects that symbolize our culture and explain why you selected them
What are the different functions of political parties in different political systems?
What are the qualities that make up a good teacher?
What is loneliness?
What is poverty?
Why systemic psychotherapy is the best treatment approach for dealing with emotional abuse?
Why we still need affirmative action?

5 Things I Can’t Live Without
7 Things I Would Give Up
A brush with death
A dangerous experience
A day when everything went right (or wrong)
A disastrous date
A frightening experience
A Hard Lesson Learned
A historic event
A Job I Hate to Do
A memorable encounter with someone in authority
A memorable journey
A memorable wedding or funeral
A moment of failure or success
A Place I’d Like to Live
A rebellious act
A Secret Place
A significant misunderstanding
A strange job interview
A time that you took a stand on an important issue
A traffic accident
A trip that you would like to take
A TV Show I Would Make Up
A vacation trip from your childhood
An account of a difficult decision that you had to make
An account of a visit to a fictional place
An act of heroism or cowardice
An Animal I Would Be
An embarrassing experience
An encounter that changed your life
An encounter with someone or something you were afraid of
An event that marked a turning point in your life
An experience that altered your view of someone
An experience that demonstrated how labor-saving devices can be more trouble than they’re worth
An experience that helped you grow up
An experience that led to renewed faith
An experience that left you disillusioned
An experience that made you laugh until you cried
An experience that showed how appearances can be deceiving
An experience that showed how we should be careful of what we wish for
An experience that taught you a lesson
An eyewitness account of an important event
An imaginary encounter with a real person
An important discovery
An occasion when you experienced rejection
An unexpected encounter
How Embarrassing!
I Saw the Weirdest Thing
I’d Like to Invent This
If I Could Be Somebody Else for a Day
If I Could Change One Thing About Me
If I Could Go Back in Time
If I Could Have Any Pet
If I Could Invent a Holiday
If I Could Live in Another Century
If I Could Make School Rules
If I Could Only See One Color
If I Had a Million Dollars
If I Had My Own Planet
If I Were Invisible
If I Were President
Most Interesting Animal Encounter
Most Memorable Trip
My Earliest Memory
My Favorite Gadget
My Favorite Meal
My Favorite Superpower
My Favorite Toy Ever
My Favorite Weather Story
My Greatest Accomplishment
My Hero
My Lucky Charm
My Parents Were Right
My Secret Place
My Secret Talent
One minute of a football game (or other sporting event)
Something I Wish I Had
Something Nobody Knows About Me
Something That Disappeared
Surviving a hurricane or a tornado (or other natural disaster)
The Best News I Ever Received
The breakup of a friendship
The day you decided to change your life
The experience of being lost
The Greatest Invention
The Hardest Thing I Ever Had to Do
The Most Beautiful Thing in the World
The Year 2050
This Made Me Laugh!
Two different versions of the same event
Under My Bed
When I Got Lost
When I Was a Little Kid
You Won’t Believe I Saw This
Your first day at a new job
Your first day at a new school or college
Your first time away from home
Your first visit to the country (or to a large city)
Your last day on a job

Abusive Marketing
Alternate Energy Sources
Cigarette Advertising
Climate Change Abuse of Patent Medicines
Competency Tests
Corporate Whistleblowing
Dangers of Food Additives
Decreasing Car Accidents
Dental Health Depression
Domestic Violence
Drunk Driving Accidents
Effects of Prejudice
Family Breakdowns
Fat in Low Price Food Products
Food Labeling
Forced Retirement
Foreign Import Concurrency
Gun Control
Hate Crimes
Health Care
Illegal Immigration
Integration ofthe Disabled
International Threats
Internet Spam
Interpersonal Relationships
Job Opportunities
Lack Of Educational Opportunities
Minimum Wage Level
Parent Education
Peer Pressure
Problems ofthe Elderly
Problems ofthe Family
Problems ofthe Homeless
Problems ofthe Hungry
Problems ofthe Mentally Ill
Reducing Neglect
Safety and Security
Sex-education In Schools Acid Rain
Social Security
Subsidizing Farms
Subversive Advertising
Survey of Diets
Taxing Of Church Property Airbags
Teenage Runaways
Test-tube Babies
Thwarted Career Goals
Tobacco Use
Underage Drinking
Unjustifiably Large Incomes
US And UN Relationship Crime and Punishment
Vegetarianism Food Shortages
Voting System
Work Environment Academic Pressure

Aliens do exist
All students should study abroad
All students should wear uniforms
At least one parent should work from home
Athletes are paid too much
Books should never be banned
Boxing should have tighter rules
Bullies should be kicked out of school
Cars should come with breathalyzers
Celebrities should have more privacy rights
Cell phones should never be used while driving
Cheerleaders’ costumes are too skimpy
Children should be paid for doing chores
Children should be required to read more
Cigarettes should be more expensive
City life is better than country life
Country life is better than city life
Curfew is unnecessary for children under the age of fifteen
Dogs make better pets than cats
Every American should learn to speak English
Every family should have a natural disaster survival plan
Free public transport for everybody
Free speech should have limitations
I’m old enough to babysit
Kids should be able to vote
Kids should get paid for grades
Kids should have less homework
Letter grades should be replaced with pass or fail
Life is better than it was 50 years ago
Parents of bullies should have to pay a fine
Parents should talk to kids about drugs at a young age
Penmanship is important
People should go to jail when they abandon their pets
Pregnant couples should receive parenting lessons
Psychic abilities are real
Racial slurs should be illegal
Recycling should be mandatory for everyone
Reincarnation is possible
School days should start later
School should take place in the evenings
Skateboard helmets should be mandatory
Snow days are great for family quality time
Some health foods are really junk foods
Spam mail should be outlawed
Students should be allowed to leave school property for lunch
Students should have an adult with them during the first year of driving
Teachers should be paid more
Teens should be able to choose their bedtime
Teens should be required to take parenting classes
Textbooks should be free
The Electoral College is outdated
The moon is as important as the sun
The school year should be longer
There should be a mandatory entrance exam for high school
There should be one world currency
Too much money is a bad thing
Video games can be educational

We need more holidays
We should all grow our own vegetables
We should populate the moon
We should provide food for the poor
We should return to horse and buggy transportation
We should teach etiquette in schools
We shouldn’t have to pay for Internet access
We shouldn’t use products made from animal skins

Year round school is a bad idea
Yearly driving tests should be mandatory for the first five years after getting a license
Yearly driving tests should be mandatory over a certain age
Teachers are not safe in schools
We are better off today than we were eight years ago
We are killing the rainforest
Children in fill in the nation of your choice are living better
Continue the war on drugs by attacking the ingredients needed
DNA databases jeopardize our privacy
Vanity is not a valid reason for cosmetic plastic surgery
The rich pay, don’t pay enough taxes
Return extra taxes collected to those who paid
All MP3 music belongs in the free public domain
Needle exchange programs help to prevent
Mothers should be persuaded to avoid fighting in military combat front lines
Free speech don’t include, include hate speech
Spam e-mails should be, should not be outlawed
We need a single food safety agency Remember, replace the nouns and you can write easily other free persuasive speech topics
Downloading copyrighted MP3s is not, is wrong
Gay couples should be, should not be allowed to marry
Higher energy prices are a sacrifice we have to make for cleaner fuels
Home schooling provides a better education, is worse for your child
Zero tolerance is a useful instrument to prevent violence
Babysitters younger than 16 years should be forbidden
Human cloning is bad, is good
Restrict every household to 60 gallon can on trash a week

Altering/recycling clothing
Balancing a checkbook
Basic magic tricks
Batik and tie dying
Breaking up with a boyfriend or girlfriend
Building your own telescope
Cartoon art
Cleaning a motor
Clock repair
Creative cake design
Creative kite design
Creative party costume design
Dance instruction
Dressing for success
Easy holiday decorations
Emergency medical care
Floral design
Food preparation
Funeral traditions
Hair braiding techniques
Handmade pottery lessons
Handwriting analysis
Home canning
Houseplant care
How to hustle or gamble
How to make bread
How to make homemade ice cream
How to organize a surprise party
How to play chess
How to survive a dull class
Imaginative pumpkin carving
Knitting a sweater
Landscape design
Lock picking
Making family recipe
Making soap
Obedience training for dogs
Pet grooming
Picture matting and framing
Professional makeup
Professional massage techniques
Proper parachute packing
Sketching techniques
Small engine maintenance and repair
Sneaking into the house
Staying awake during class
Your first sign language class