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  • Hey, Aaliyah, I see that you’re talking about the life of children during the change of the pandemic. I believe they put themselves in that spot and they don’t accept change. So I feel they get this depression, anxiety because they cant continue with life knowing there’s a change. Change is scary but change is really really good. I believe people…Read More

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    Do fast-food ads make you hungry?

    Fast food has been around since forever. There has been a recent conversation about if fast-food ads make you hungry. As we know, recently McDonald's has partnered up with Travis Scott a rapper to show the people what he...

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    • Dear Cristian, I agree with your statements. I also believe that the way companies advertise their products make us feel a certain way. I’ve heard that the colors such as red, blue, and yellow, attract people to their company. So I would not be surprised if this were another trick for them. I hope to hear more from you soon.

    • Dear Cristian, I agree with your conclusion of analyzing the fact that ads do make you hungry. The dramatization of the ads can indulge you in craving foods you don’t regularly eat. Colors such as red, blue, and yellow attract the eye and make you hungry. I hope to hear from you soon. I loved your post and your personal thoughts on fast food.

    • yes sometimes because the food look good and makes you want to try if its new

    • Dear Christian,

      I am totally agreeing with you with your article ¨Do fast-food ads make you hungry?¨ because I feel like they brainwash you in order for you to buy their products. And they use certain well-known people to help them advertise what they are selling. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is ¨As we know, recently McDonald’s has partnered up with Travis Scott a rapper to show the people what he orders at McDonald’s.¨ This shows us that businesses like McDonald’s use famous individuals to help them sell their products with a way more success rate of them selling products. Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I really enjoyed what you have stated in your post.

      Bryan

    • Dear Cristian,
      I agree with your post on, “Do Junk Food Ads Make You Hungry? because I can relate to this mostly every day since I work in a restaurant. Advertisement plays with teen’s heads without them realizing how bad it is. This happens to me a lot when I am working I see those ads and start craving them.
      The phrase that stood out to me the most was “Little did the teens know that leading up to their visits, the producers had bombarded them with advertisements for the fried chicken dish—on billboards, in taxicabs, and in Instagram posts made by influencers”. This phrase summed upon how the advertisements play with our heads and we tend to get hungry and end up eating them.
      Thank you for posting about this topic, I enjoyed reading about it. I am looking forward to seeing more posts like that.
      Madram Ahmed

    • Dear Cristian,
      I agree with your post on, “Do Junk Food Ads Make You Hungry? because I can relate to this mostly every day since I work in a restaurant. Advertisement plays with teen’s heads without them realizing how bad it is. This happens to me a lot when I am working I see those ads and start craving them.
      The phrase that stood out to me the most was ” They use everything to show the burger and the details of it which make us crave a burger”. This phrase summed upon how the advertisements play with our heads and we tend to get hungry and end up eating them.
      Thank you for posting about this topic, I enjoyed reading about it. I am looking forward to seeing more posts like that.
      Madram Ahmed

    • Hey Cristian, I do agree that these fast food ads get you Hungry. Ever since I have been born, I have seen ads on the tv and gotten hungry in a little bit of time. There are many ways that ads can make you go in a fast food restaurant like an hype or new item, change to make the food more better and such.

    • Dear Cristian, I agree with what your saying. I believe with what your saying because the way that the companies advertise there ads can be very convincing sometimes. Like Mcdonalds making a Travis Scott meal, Mcdonalds thought that by making a Travis Scott meal and advertising it will convince teens to go to Mcdonalds and buy that meal. I look forward to hear more from you soon.

    • Dear Cristian:

      I am impressed by your post, “Do fast-food ads make you hungry?”, because it is interesting that the food ads are made to get more money and eventually gets the customers hungry. Ads that are worked into the TV systems can be used to help the artists or help companies bring in more money, like using Travis Scott to sell a burger out of his fame. The advertisements play with the teens’ minds and societies and want them to start craving what they want to sell.

      One sentence that stood out to me was: “We as humans every day when we see someone eating something we start to crave it if we like it.” I think this is very important because it is very important that as a society we have to see that McDonald and other fast food restaurants have made their products cravable; which is making more money off of the interest of other people.

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because I like these topics about our society.

    • Dear Cristian,

      I agree with your statement that fast food advertisements can result in people getting hungry. This does not necessarily mean that when a person sees a fast food ad they run to the fast food restaurant and buy it but, that they make the idea in their minds that they want to eat from their later on that day or throughout the week. Furthermore, fast food advertisements also display special offers for a full meal which attracts and impacts customers decision making to buy food from there. For example, at McDonalds they have $1 $2 $3 dollar menu in where customers can combine different food items and make a meal from it. Customers can’t resist to crave something at that price! Thanks for posting this. I really enjoyed reading your post.

  • Hey Aaliyah, Cyber Bullying is something the goes around very casually, Yes I indeed say casually but it’s how the world is nowadays. We need to stand up for change. Everything starts of with school don’t get me wrong. People making fun of people is a daily thing but to a certain extent. Once feelings are hurt that’s the ending line. Not many…Read More

  • Cristian commented on the post, Electric Car Batteries

    Hello Thomas, Electric cars are really taking over this world and era. People will lose their jobs because of what will be the point of gas stations. Transferring from gas to electric chargers will be a lot of money and honestly, I don’t know how it will work because a Tesla takes 10 hours to charge. I don’t think people are willing to wait 10…Read More

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    Covid-19 in CA

    Covid-19 in California is very different than the states around us. Covid has significantly increased so much in California around the holidays and continue to increase on non-holiday days. California is known as one of the top locations where...

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