Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie Themes

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Actions have consequences

The effects of a person's actions become a pronounced theme in this book when Mouth attempts suicide. Scott spends quite a bit of time with Mouth though Scott denies they are friends. At a dance, Scott and Mouth talk about girls and Scott says he has no clue what to expect from any girl. Mouth takes that thought one step farther and comes to the conclusion that he should ask the same girls to dance again because they might say yes the second time. When Mouth attempts suicide, Scott is suddenly faced with the horrible thought that he might have pushed Mouth over the edge. In fact, Mouth is tired of being alone and lonely. He cites this as the reason for his suicide attempt but Scott points out that suicide leaves a mess behind for someone else to clean up - another effect of one...

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