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Description of a busy supermarket.

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Introduction

´╗┐Sleek, automatic, glass doors slid smoothly open, only to divulge a cacophony of noise. Accompanying the noise, flamboyant red signs stood tall and proud, enticing a sea of innocent shoppers towards them with insidious promises. Aisles braced themselves against the pulsating throng of vibrant colors. Customers pushed and shoved as they tried to squeeze past one another trying to gain access to the many bargains, the statue-like security guards being the only still people in sight. ...read more.

Middle

Deep within the supermarket, a small child dragged his feet along the polished marble as he was pulled along; shiny, smart trainers screeched piercingly against the flooring. The boy whined noisily. Prying heads snapped to the source of the noise, either sighing disdainfully or smiling knowingly. Unruly, ebony black hair exploded from the boy?s head like a jungle, illuminating a sharp nose and bright, azure blue eyes that glowed with resolve. Whining as loud as a banshee he struggled to let go of his mother?s grip. ...read more.

Conclusion

The women and the mother with her boy soon disappeared into the pandemonium. The tills could be heard furiously bleeping as they rushed through the onslaught of the im-patient customers. Different sections of the food department were each reaching out with alluring aromas, mesmerising customers so they could almost taste the food. The scurrying customers were completely oblivious to the booming speakers, who despite at full volume, could not delve into the cascade of noise. As the day went on and finally came to a close the doors slid shut and all that could be heard were the rumbling cars and chattering birds of the outside world. ...read more.

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