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Experiential Project 4 Ice Cube Addiction At the start of this experiment, I was not very enthusiastic. I thought I could get through the two days without much effort; but about two hours into the first day I found myself getting really involved and spending far more time and energy than I had expected. I was surprised at how quickly my unusual behavior got me into compromising situations. There were times when I had to lie to my friends, and even one situation where I ended up stealing an ice tray. I began preparing for my fix the night before I started the experiment, and opened my fridge to find that I didn’t have an ice tray. My roommate was already asleep, so I took three shot glasses off his desk, filled them with water, and stuck them in the freezer. I woke up a little earlier than usual, retrieved the shots of ice, popped them into my black water bottle, then refilled them and put them back into the freezer. My roommate later asked me what I was doing with his shot glasses, and I didn’t know what to say. I told him it was a secret, but that just made
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This essay was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course PSY 104 taught by Professor Conoly during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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