You should be at my family dinners!

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"To put characters, then, in this mundane, overused, fairly boring situation, something more has to be happening than simply beef, forks, and goblets" (Foster 9). Now this is a quote that I can totally relate to. Dinner situations can be boring so why would anyone incorperate them unless something was taking place? At my house my family sat down to dinner every night, and every night is a new, exciting experience! Even when words are not being said, the expressions on our faces can tell an entire story. I sometimes think writers put hectic dinner scenes in to create comic relief, and my family table would be the perfect example of commedy.


Juliana Cox said:

so apparently my link is not working above so you can click on the one below:

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