Descriptive Essay

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Dr. Sanders ENG101 18 October 2011 Descriptive Essay As we waited in line for the restaurant to open there was a thrill of excitement in the air. We had arrived for the yearly birth celebration of my six year old brother. I pushed the door open, the scenery rapidly changed as I set foot on what seemed to be a new planet. We had returned, Chuck E. Cheese. The color of the walls, the color of the carpet, and the color of the ceiling all seemed to affect every person that entered the room with a positive attitude. The restaurant, in fact, did not smell pleasant at all; an oniony stench that ran through the room. Chuck E. Chesses reminded me of when we once ran around happily, excited to be living in joy. I tried to invite my friend but he replied with “nobody goes there anymore, it’s too crowded” The excitement was revealed after the children saw the flashing lights, and heard the loud noise that seemed to be escaping from the games that populated around the restaurant. It was then that I felt as If it was I that was running around playing the games, as if it was I sliding down the slippery slide, and as if I were eating the dull pizza that I once thought of as the most delicious food that men had created. There was a small boy that stood out from the crowd, a curious looking child. He was very well dressed; He had a chunky but cute face; His expensive shoes suggested rich but his dirty shirt and dirty pants and dirty hair the opposite. He was happy but he didn’t express it. The frown that happily ran across his face revealed many possibilities of him being a shy boy. He had friends but did not speak, he had everything but he had nothing. Naturally, the child had a mother but she was not present at the time. In fact, the child seemed parentless by the way he starred at the other families. A few hours had passed, and the excitement increased when a giant,

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