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A very eager and hungry scholar steps into the room after a commotional and brain- exercising day. He turns on the fluorescent overhead lights where he is greeted with a conventional sight. The radiant cabinets, along the back wall, glimmer an orange like essence complimenting the ever so shiny black granite countertops, in the center of the room, leaving the student in a relaxed manner. He moves promptly towards the northwestern portion of the room where the towering, stainless steel refrigerator stands erect. When he approaches, he opens the two entry doors, protruding out towards him, in anticipation on the different types of meals he can formulate. The shelves inside the statuesque fridge are stacked from edge to edge with numerous products, from microwavable pizzabites, to hearty cabbage. After a seemingly extensive trip of browsing through the organized sections of the refrigerator, the boy decided to simply cook a Hot Pocket. After removing the frozen and solid Hot Pocket, he moves slightly right. There, he sees the matching stainless steel microwave-oven above the standard oven. The boy grabs a glass plate from the cabinet to put the Hot Pocket on then sets it inside the microwave. The student decides to spend his time waiting for his afterschool snack by sitting in the artistically crafted bar stools underneath the granite countertops while listening to his MP3 player. When he hears the microwave bell sound, signaling that his meal was prepared, he grabbed the plate and moved southeast toward the glass kitchen table that featured a dark brownish wood support beam crafted to hold it upright along with matching chairs. There the boy consumed his snack joyously. From that point on, the boy’s day was…...

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