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Amit's First Candy
In this essay I will be talking about my experience regarding my first candy. I don’t remember exactly when, where and which candy I had. However, I still remember my aunt used to bring me lots of candies and those candies were always special. These candies were special because they were brought from abroad. My aunt lived in Canada. And the candies in Canada, in comparison to the candies in India tasted different. I still remember how I used to wait for my aunt to come home and bring me candies. I love eating candies. As a child, whenever I was hungry I always felt like eating candies. When I would cry, my parents would give me candies to keep me quite. So these small-small things, make my experience memorial. I will remember my first candy experience my whole life.

Every child is fond of sweets like candies, chocolates etc. I was no different from other children. Whenever I got a chance to buy sweets like candies I never missed the chance. I still remember how I used to convince my mother to buy me candies. I would have the urge to eat candies, when I saw other children eating candies. I still remember how I used to fight with my siblings for candy. And I always won the fights and had the most candy. Even though we are grown up, we still fight over small things like candy just for fun. It is hard to believe that we used to cry when we didn’t get the same amount of candy divided amongst my cousins and I. It wasn’t easy to share the candy fairly. We used to fight over who will get which candy. In order to solve the problem some of our elders used to divide those candies. To get rid of such fights we would play games such as card games and puzzle games. Winner chose their candy first.

Wherever we are in the future, whether or not we are far from each other, we will miss the sweet memories. Every time we experience something for the…...

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