The Ted talk by Tim Urban was a hilarious introduction to the mind of a procrastinator as he tried to describe his experience as one by incorporating a diagram of a human brain. This picture showed the difference between a normal brain and a procrastinator's brain, the critical difference being that the procrastinator had an instant gratification monkey. This monkey causes the procrastinator to totally put off essential deadlines in order to do something dumb or stupid. However, I would argue that the thing about procrastination is that everyone does it to some degree. I wholeheartedly agree with that statement due to the fact that I’m a severe procrastinator myself. I’ve met plenty of people in my 18 years of my existence and I can say without a doubt in my mind that there are monkeys in everyone. The only difference between some monkeys and others is that some are lazier than others. I prime example of this is AP classes. There are people like me who I promise you have the most rambunctious monkey there is. Every time I want to write an essay or do my math homework it just splits by totally forgetting I was going to even do it in the first place. However, on the other hand, there are people in my class that are top of the class who some may consider “hard workers” by society. Though I notice the inner flaws of these so-called “hard workers” in that they only do this hard work to show face. Now I’m not saying everyone is like this, but most kids in my classes end up only doing the homework or starting that essay early to procrastinate at a later date which leads to pushing something further in the future off. Everyone needs a break so I think at heart everyone procrastinates at least just a little which isn't such a bad thing if you think about it.