Essay #1 - Essay#1 By Josh Eusebio Chuck E Cheeses As I try...

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Essay #1 By: Josh Eusebio
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Chuck E. Cheeses’. As I try to remember anything at all this has to be the earliest memory I can come up with. It was my 6 th birthday and Chuck E. Cheeses’ was the place to go. I loved the pizza there and the endless possibilities of games you could pay golden tokens to partake in. The memory of winning a game and having the millions of tickets flood out of the game dispenser still makes my heart rush. Eagerly waiting at the ticket counting machine that would tell you how well you did on your day’s worth of labor was always a disappointment. What I thought would be in the hundred millions would only came out to be a hundred or so. The shiny basketball at the top of the ticket counter was 50,300 tickets away. But since it was my birthday, the shiny prize that only collected dust was the least of my worries. I was getting presents and the pizza and ice cream only kept on flooding in from God knows where. My entire family was there; parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, great grandparents, and all my school friends. We had pep and
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  • Fall '09
  • Robertson
  • Psychology, ice cream, Butterfat, Chuck E. Cheese, Chuck E. Cheese's, Discovery Zone

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