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What-a-burger
September 23, 2009, 7:51 pm
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My Dearest Trideltas,

I am writing to you in regards of the trash situation that has been occurring in the parking lot in front of our Moody Residential Hall. I know that after a long night of socializing at the Aardvark and Halo; that it may become very tempting to get the late night munchies for our favorite restaurant, Whataburger. However, it is quite an embarrassment to walk to class the next morning to the overwhelming stench of leftover honey butter chicken biscuits baking in the sun outside our lovely Tridelt door. I looked out the window this morning to see the sea of orange and white striped cups that were at one point “hidden” underneath our automobiles, and they have now been scattered across the front lawn. This is very unacceptable considering that we as fellow TCU students live under the motto, “Live Purple Think Green.”  The poor yard crew has to take the time to clean up our trash, when we could have easily put it into the trashcan on our way inside. So I ask you to please throw away your wrappers of “the meal that never took place” into the trashcan and not underneath your car that is parked mysteriously in the back corner by the “Chancellor’s Guest” labeled sign for football games. Your trash has a place in the trashcan that is located to the left of our beautiful house.

Delta Love,

Catharine Fulmer

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Catharine, you did a good job in choosing your audience because it is a real issue that is present in your day-to-day life. I liked how it was relateable and you also used good descriptions. I think you have a good and relevant topic and this post demonstrates that!

Comment by ellenparker

this is very well written. I agree that we should not litter. Our campus is our home and we should take care of it instead of the cleaning crew. i love whataburger but i agree that when you finish a delicious honey butter chicken biscuit, it remain should be thrown into the waste receptacle.

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