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A Day At The Mall Essay

877 words - 4 pages

A Day at the Mall Happy people walking, stepping, running, grabbing, chewing and talking wherever you turn. Upstairs downstairs, front and back people are constantly grabbing and letting loose of items. Twenty percent, fifty percent red signs all over the place. The mall is definitely the place to be after a stressful day at school. It makes no difference what mood one is in when approaching the mall because once the entrance door closes behind you-nothing matters. The mall consists of many wonderful things. There's something for everyone inside the mall; therefore, you will find almost everyone at the mall, from adults to little children. Inside the mall, many things are going on at once. For instance, the age groups will divide into adult, college students, and teenagers. Each age group has its own thinking about certain things that will have them in a certain area of the mall. Adults normally shop for household supplies, furniture, or stuff that we college students wish to own one day. So, if you lost your parents while shopping, household department would be your first stop. Annoying teenage siblings would be standing and gossiping in the brand names clothing sections. You would find little individual groups of teenage boys/girls designing their own styles. Things your eyes would say "no" to will be a "yes" in their eyes. It makes you feel old now that I think about. It's also known that inside the mall each shop is only a few steps away from the others. Now why would someone design the mall to be so squashed together, you think? The next time you go to a mall, stand from the inside of one shop and walking straight out, you will noticed that before you leave the shop you're currently walking out of, you have already plan on going into the next. Let's just say you've just finished paying for your new fall outfit and told yourself that that was all you came for and is planning on going food shopping for your mother now, but the minute you walk out the clothing shop, you see in front of you, diagonally to you and right beside you, shoe shops. Then you thought to yourself, "I need a matching pair of shoes for my outfit." Okay it's not something you would say because I'm talking about me. The time has come for the mall-aholic...

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