Popcorn Essays

  • Popcorn Stereotypes

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    delicious popcorn. Popcorn machines range from twenty dollars to two thousand dollars. There are several different models and makes. How will you decide which of the many popcorn machines is right for you? First, you will need to evaluate your needs. Are you planning to make popcorn every other weekend for yourself and a few friends while you watch a movie? Do you have a large family and need major batches of popcorn when you all watch movies? Are you a street vendor who sells popcorn at carnivals

  • Sadie's Memoir: A Short Story

    1098 Words  | 5 Pages

    which was quite odd that the wind was blowing that direction. I saw the flicker of the light on the camera which looked as if I faced the sun 's ray itself. But I would do anything for family, family is what counts. The kettle corn popcorn exploded in the red popcorn machine just as the camera dinged, it was like hundreds of pops bursting at once. It drifted into my nostrils forever

  • Personal Narrative: Matthew Peterson

    1470 Words  | 6 Pages

    projection screen in front were four subwoofer speakers. Not to forget their was a classic, old fashioned red and gold trimmed popcorn machine completed with a butter dispenser on the side of the machine. The machine was shiny and the light in the room would glisten on it’s glossy red and gold exterior. It was fully functional and Matthew made me some popcorn with it and the popcorn was very tasty and flaky with small kernels that

  • Descriptive Essay About Baseball

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    can pick apart smells and determine what we have, some smells that accompany the area are burgers, hotdogs, pretzels, funnel cakes, popcorn, and my personal favorite polish-sausage. Me and Nick are ready for the massive crowd to get their popcorn because we are a stadium favorite. We sell our popcorn until we are almost out then it 's time to make some more, this popcorn popping process will be happening all night due to the amount of people who want out product, which sometimes can reach into a staggering

  • The Crane Maiden Analysis

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    your purse. If you have a small purse, the only thing you can sneak into the movies is a mint or peppermint. A big purse can carry large food. Lets say if the people at the food stand do not give you more butter on your popcorn. Next time, you can just sneak your own bag of popcorn with extra butter into the theaters. The other kind of people would probably have to just carry mints in their little pockets. Also, for people who think you are suspicious, just go and buy one item off of the food stand

  • Ipic Theater Analysis

    552 Words  | 3 Pages

    and very helpful from the time you arrive, to the moment you leave. What makes this theater different is that they have not only basic movie theater seating (“Premium Seating”), but recliner chairs as well, that comes with a server, free unlimited popcorn (which is delicious), and a complementary blanket and pillow to use while watching your movie (“Premium Plus Seating”). Also, while watching a movie you may order food, non-alcoholic and/or alcoholic beverages from

  • Popcorn Speech

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    and explore, then this is a good DIY for you! Now, I'm going to show you how to make a DIY popcorn machine from a $1 can to enjoy delicious fresh popcorn in the woods. All you need to do is take your new DIY popcorn machine with you (I'll show the steps in a second), some un-popped corn kernels and a match. Maybe you can be camping and took some un-popped corn kernels and want to enjoy a delicious popcorn cans and ran out of ideas. So, if that's the case, all you need is an Army knife (a multifunctional

  • Popcorn Definition

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    across (Hoseney et al, 1983). On the other hand the unique characteristics of popcorn are caused by the fact that it has a much higher proportion of the translucent starch in its interior than other grains or other types of corn. This gives it the ability to pop and expand to 20 to 40 times its original volume. Popcorn is typically 12 to 14.5% water, with most of the water being located in the translucent starch granule. Popcorn expansion volume has been shown to be a quantitative trait with high heritability

  • An Essay About My Cultural Identity

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    Cultural identity in my opinion is defined as a group of people that a person is comfortable around or has a feeling of belonging. For me, my cultural identity all starts with the people closest to me, my family. They are the ones that have always been there for me and helped me become who I am today. Another factor that contributes to my cultural identity are my likes and dislikes. These two areas determine how I am going to live my life. I have also found that my desired occupation is becoming

  • Diversity In Movies

    641 Words  | 3 Pages

    Diversity is something I stand for. I am half Caucasian, half African-American. My parents adopted me at birth and although they had two Caucasian sons already, they accepted me as one of their own and two years later adopted another biracial baby girl. Diversity has been my whole life, not conforming to one race or the other, but accepting both and all others. Film, through my eyes, knows no color One of the most interesting places for me to see diversity in action is at the movie theater. Going

  • Popcorn: The Five Senses

    397 Words  | 2 Pages

    imagine you are eating popcorn. What do you see? Is it burnt or the perfect golden kernel? Are you smelling butter or caramel? The five senses will help detect if the popcorn flavor is butter or caramel. When looking at popcorn, people will notice the unique body shape it acquires. Popcorn has a cloud-like feature when observing this magnificent food. It also has a yellow color with a tint of white. Popcorn is almost as wrinkly has your Aunt Pamela! When observing popcorn, it is common to grab a

  • Film And Cinema Analysis

    1984 Words  | 8 Pages

    The history of motion pictures begins when going to the movies was not even an idea or a possible activity. The first films were pictures being reflected off of a spinning surface with a small light. This all changed when the camera was invented. The invention of the first film camera was achieved by Louis de Prince in 1888 (Bergan 54). These cameras were nowhere near the cameras that exist today but the concept was very similar. With cameras today, High Definition film is used and it is mainly all

  • Eat Popcorn Rhetorical Analysis

    1027 Words  | 5 Pages

    Lee, (New Jersey) drive-in theater tachistoscopically flashed the words 'Drink Coke Cola' and 'Eat Popcorn' for 1/3000th of a second at regular intervals over Kim Novak's arousing face and all through the film amid a 6-week run of the film Picnic. The subliminal message was the brainchild of NY economic analyst, James Vicary, who bragged that Coke deals in the anteroom expanded 58% and that popcorn deals climbed 18%. A torrential slide of feedback from shocked natives and congressmen created more

  • Personal Narrative-Appreciate Or Popcorn Pie?

    268 Words  | 2 Pages

    My cousin Spencer the craziest person I have ever met has been making my sides hurt from laughing since the day I met him. First time I ever met Spencer asked me if I ever and popcorn pie, one was totally lost as to what popcorn pie was but come to found out he was talking about pecan pie. Once there was this day Spencer told me a story about how he almost buried all these trees. Nevertheless, Spencer decides it would be a good idea to go to a month without cutting his grass; his grass got about

  • Fat In Chips Essay

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    recorded our results Salt in popcorn: • We again weighed out 10 g, but of crushed popcorn this time • Which we put into a beaker ( which we had already weighed beforehand)

  • A Narrative Of A Homeless Person Essay

    667 Words  | 3 Pages

    one time in Tucson, Arizona, Driving around town with my whole family, besides my dad. Which he was far too busy with his job at IHS and had to work and meetings until late that night. We just got done watching a movie, had two enormous boxes of popcorn, along with one drink with coca cola in it, can’t exactly remember what movie it was. Anyway, we all were driving around having a good time, my mom was telling us jokes and telling stories. I was around five or six years of age, in 1st grade at a

  • Katz Surrogacy Analysis

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    Surrogacy has been said to exploit women, however I disagree and feel it liberates those unable to carry a child. Katz argues that surrogacy “reduces the women to a container” and leads to reproductive works being controlled by others. While Purdy argues that by willingly agreeing to be a surrogate it creates a positive situation which enables infertile, non-traditional families to have children, and the surrogates to be compensated for their service. I agree with Purdy, believing Katz wrongly represents

  • Reflection On Egg From Cracking

    1260 Words  | 6 Pages

    During my first test I remembered one of my friends using popcorn in a big cardboard box. I wondered how this worked so I decided to try out this specific design in a smaller more effective way and it worked. My motto of “Simple but effective” came into life and as I created the apparatus the first initial trials were done successfully and proved that my egg wouldn’t brake. The materials I used to create my apparatus: Cardboard Box Popcorn Rice Paper Scissors Tape Glue Egg

  • First Thanksgiving Myths

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    First Thanksgiving One myth I chose was The Wampanoag brought popcorn to the first Thanksgiving feast. Wampanoag had eating popcorn but they had eating other things to but popcorn wasn’t the first. They also ate cranberry sauce. Also they ate bread, meat pies, and boiled pumpkins. Also corn pudding, turkeys, and ducks. Also there were berries, grapes, dried plums, and nuts. The meal included deer, oysters, boiled pumpkin, corn, and cranberries. There was also Cod and Bass. The Pilgrims collected

  • Blaise Paschal's Wager Argument Analysis

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    Blaise Paschal was a French mathematician and philosopher who building an argument on why one should believe in God, it is named Paschal’s Wager. According to Paschal’s Wager, it is better to have a belief in God than not believing in Him. God is known for punishing those who go against or do not believe in Him. Therefore, Paschal stated you should believe in God because after death you can be rewarded with an eternity in heaven. However, if you do not believe in God and he does exist you will be