Comm 118 Assignment 2 part 1 - McDonald Dinner time at the...

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McDonald Dinner time at the Franklin Dining Common, located in the Central Residential area of Umass Amherst; I went to dinner with a few of my friends from my dorm around 7 o’clock, where it wasn’t too crowded except for some minor commotion from the excitement of the cupcake wars—an event that takes place at all of the 4 D.C.s where students are able to design their own cupcakes and display them (or eat them). We grabbed a table right by the cupcake section and went to get our food. We got back to the table and discussed the food that we chose to eat for dinner (food like tacos, mashed potatoes, turkey and stuffing) while Diana needed Michaela to roll up her ‘turkey gobbler’, mean while insisting that everyone should try some of her delicious sandwich. As the talk of food arose, we came across the topic of ketchup. Michaela said “my sister puts ketchup on her potatoes!” and I chimed in, mentioning how I usually put ketchup on my potato chips. Cheryl burped, so we discussed different types and how they happened, whether they come from within the belly or just out of the throat. Kelly, Cheryl and Michaela got their cupcakes before the station ran out of supplies, leaving Diana and myself without cupcakes. “Told you that you should have gotten them earlier!” Exclaimed Kelly and then she asked “Do you guys make cupcake sandwiches?” Cheryl responded with an enthusiastic ‘YES!’ where then they ate their cupcakes and the conversation drifted to the anticipation of the upcoming weekend and plans for Easter. Michaela dominated the conversation with the type of
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  • Fall '07
  • Cronen
  • American film actors, American television actors, Belching, Michaela

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