Josh Dean Period 8 Mr. Chigbrow October 29 2014 The History of the Fried Doughnut Mmmm…The delicious satisfaction of biting through that glazed shell into the soft, doughy center of your freshly fried doughnut ring. You finish it, but want more, craving that delicious taste. You look back at the vast, rainbow selection of doughnuts and wish there was another on your plate. Do you ever wonder where these wonderful fried pastries came from? Or when they were first crafted?
Michael Mitchum Prof. Ruth Stokes SPC 209 16 November 2014 Reaction Paper 2 For my paper I choose an episode of an older but, popular TV series called “the Andy Griffith Show”. The episode that I choose is called “A Pickle Story” in which Aunt Bee makes a batch of nasty homemade pickles that are described in the story as “kerosene cucumbers”. They cause quite a bit of deception, lies and chaos is the characters’ lives. It is a story that raises the question is it ok to tell a social lie even though it will be benefiting the person being lied to or about. In the story we see many different types of communication from the various characters, the four I will try to identify are prosocial deception, apologies, principles of politeness and facial management techniques.
Buy her those lilies; kiss her softly when she wears your favorite dress on her. Hold her from behind and thank her randomly (from behind because she likes it and also because I know you for some reason find it hard to say upfront.) Make her feel safe. Understand her when she goes throw her period, for example in the movie no strings attached Ashton Kutcher makes the girl a period mix CD and brings her food. Even if she loves the dominance and manliness about you, small soft gestures keep the relationship fresh.
A Bad Case of Stripes, by David Shannon, is a story about a young girl named Camilla Cream, who loves lima beans. She keeps this hidden from her classmates out of fear of what others might think of her. On the first day of school, Camilla wakes up and discovers she is completely covered in rainbow stripes. Throughout the story, Camilla’s skin begins to take on the appearance of everything people says she has. For example, someone says “checkerboards” and her skin develops a checkerboard patten.
None spoke without mentioning his name. It made her a bit jealous. Then she remembered she was to make the Christmas meals and yet, was not sure if it was out of forgiveness, or a trap that Adaku had set to test her being the best cook in the world, as Kemji had claimed last night. “Mother has lifted the ban, finally,” she whispered to Kemji who lay beside her, both wrapped up in a blanket. “How do you mean?” “I’ll be making the meals again,” her eyes shone with delight.
She used a funny voice, facial expressions and body movements, and did unexpected things that the audience could not imagine, which made them love her. In one scene in “I Love Lucy,” at the candy factory, Lucille and her friend called Ethel Mertz were offered a job of wrapping candy on the assembly line and were warned by the boss to do the job perfectly or they would be fired. While the job increasingly becomes difficult, Lucy cries, “I think we are losing the game!” (Nguyen). She then starts stuffing the unwrapped chocolates in her hat and mouth to hide them so that the boss cannot see them. Moreover, in one of the most touching scenes of her show, Lucy tells Ricky that she is pregnant while he is on the stage at Tropicana.
His eyes were red and a kerchief his mother pinned it on his shirt wasn’t seemed to be enough. My biscuits and chocolates first ceased him from crying and my talks to bind our friendship. Those days with the knowledge of only cartoons and foods, our likes and dislikes were identical. And the sole criteria for friendship satisfied. We both liked jerry, we both loved the uncooked noodles and rice.
When she sat on her blue furry chair, she felt so comfortable. Her mom gave her bread with Nutella that smelled like there was chocolate everywhere. She took a bite and felt the fountain of chocolate in her mouth, and thought this could be the start of a great day. When she gathered her things to put in the lunch, she touched the lunch kit and felt a weird shock. This made her think about her dream, “Will it come true?”.
Thus, it can be assumed that she does not typically practice the religion of her parents. In the story, Mr Pirzada would give candies or chocolates to Lilia whenever he visits her family to eat dinner and watch the news. “He reached into his suit pocket and gave me a small plastic egg filled with cinnamon hearts.” Since his daughters are around Lilia’s age, Mr. Pirzada feels a connection with Lilia. Thus he seems to be treating her as a substitute and indulges his gifts of candy and his concern to her “Eventually I took a square of white chocolate out of the box, and unwrapped it, and then I did something I had never done before. I put the chocolate in my mouth, letting it soften until the last possible moment, and then as I chewed it slowly, I prayed that Mr. Pirzada 's family was safe and sound.
I come from the best ingredients of sauce could ever ask. My mother was prom-queen peanuts, the most beautiful and tasty peanuts of all. Ah I miss looking at her. I’m sure she’s now in a factory of selected peanuts—where all great peanuts gather—¬ being so tanned and packed in a bag with a gallant bird on the cover which is such a great pride of peanuts to be there. Meanwhile, my father was prodigious chilies in solid shiny red.