Daisy and Tom Buchanan show their carelessness by being inconsiderate of others and are both self-centered by only looking to fulfill their own personal needs. This resulted in tragedies being created in other people’s lives and never did they take responsibility for their actions or think about the consequences. This shows that they were neglectful of the way they behaved and only after realizing that they were wrong, would they run away from their difficulties, mostly as they have the money and because they have little sense of obligation to others leaving others to pay and clean-up for their mistakes.
Daisy was a user of many characters in the novel for a number of reasons. These characters were Nick, Tom and Gatsby. Daisy used Nick as a middle man to reunite with Gatsby as she knew if she attended his invitation to tea that Gatsby would be there. Throughout the novel she made it as if Nick was one of her closest friends but when Gatsby was killed Nick expected Daisy to call, "I was sure there'd be a wire from Daisy before noon, but the wire did not arrive". Daisy does not call to pay her respects for what happened and shows her careless actions of deceiving Nick and Nick just being a user of her personal needs.
Daisy used her husband Tom as a second option appose to Gatsby as she did not want Gatsby as he was poor. She married Tom because he was rich and his wealth would provide for her financial needs. This was not enough for her though to be with Tom as when she had seen how Gatsby had become rich she focused her “love” on Gatsby. In the confrontation in the Plaza Hotel she tells Tom she never loved him and her true love was Gatsby. This shows us Daisy’s character and that she just used Tom for his money and then she even attempted to leave him for Gatsby.
Daisy used Gatsby as fling and in a way of getting revenge against Tom and his affair with another woman. Daisy thought that she could re-ignite the love between her and Gatsby. In reality...