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    world’s technology today, created a commercial that featured the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street baking cookies while using the new Apple iPhone’s hands-free Siri feature to set a timer for the cookies, to ask how long the timer had been running, and to eventually get mad at Siri when the he figures out the cookies had only been in the oven for one minute. Apple is selling this new iPhone’s Siri feature by establishing a credible and well known character,the Cookie Monster, using the Cookie Monster lovable and cute messiness and cookie baking to create an emotional appeal to the many people who recognize him ,whether young or old, and finally delivering their final message which “buy our phone”. To gain credibility apple could have chosen many different characters…

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    The Cookie Monster A long time ago, during the year 2015, I had been dieting, exercising, and cutting down how much I ate so I could lose weight. This had been going on for quite a few months and I had not eaten a whole lot off sweets or any other kind of junk food. One day, however, I began to truly crave some sweets. At the time, I was very hungry, my stomach was grumbling and carrying on loudly about wanting to be fed. Our pantry had hardly anything we can eat because people were too lazy to…

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    The Cookie Monster is a character on the beloved children’s educational television program Sesame Street, a character easily recognized by his bright blue fur, googly eyes, and appetite that is unable to be satisfied. He is also well known for his simplistic diction and his enormous non-stop craving for cookies. Obviously, as his name implies, the Cookie Monster is a monster of some sort. Alongside his adorable yet not very developed personality are a set of traits that, according to those who…

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    Cookie Monster Definition

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    Cookie Monster, from Sesame Street the blue muppet that always loves to eat cookies one said about friendship, “ Sometimes me think, ‘ what is friend ?’ And then me say,’ friend is someone to share the last cookie with”. In this quote it's saying that friendship is important when you share food because you don't ever share a cookie just with no one but with someone that is important to you. The definition of friendship in the dictionary is the emotions or conduct of friends; the state of being…

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    Cookie Monster’s Famous Cookie Dough Recipe includes Carliner’s three-part framework: Physical, Cognitive, and Affective. The recipe also includes other crucial information design elements that correlate with Carliner’s presented by White, Lipton, and Kress Van Leeuwan. Such elements include white space, typefaces, motion, and unity. The first step to a useful design is the physical aspect. Physical helps users find information, but ‘good’ physical design lets them find information of…

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    In the story I am going about to tell you is about, the cookie monster is trying to catch the the Loch Ness Monster because of a reason inside the story. This story is fiction if it has someone like the cookie monster inside of it. The fact that the Lock Ness might be really debatable if it is true or not. I believe the facts that I have heard on TV, and the cookie monster is just a man in a costume used for entertaining little kids. The Cookie Monster also went to rehab because of his…

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    Experimental Variables “Cookie Monster” and “Fighting Anorexia” This Experimental Variable Paper will discuss two journal articles, the first titled “Cookie Monster” written by Kelly McCarthy and published in Psychology Today; May/June 2001; ABI/INFORM Global pg. 30. The cookie monster articles focuses on a study which examines the relationship between food and your mood(s). The effects of food on the mood of a person, and the results of the study. It is insinuated that you may be using food to…

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    Why would Sesame Street change the Cookie Monster to a Veggie Monster? The cartoon Sesame Street plays a major role in the childhood of most children. The reason behind changing the monster can come from the fact that it has such a major influence on the life of younger children. This show has given the impression for many years that it is okay to indulge in an excessive amount of cookies. This is an issue because most children start watching this at a very young age and this becomes their…

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    As Marsh Mallow Marshmallow woke up, he thought of how much of a cannibal Mr. Bellamy’s marshmallow was. Marshmallow, as his friends cleverly nicknamed him, got out of bed and went down stairs. He ate Donuts and Bacon, and high fived Cookie Monster because it was Christmas. He and Cookie Monster had been best friends since 1st grade, when Caillou saw Marshmallow, and licked his face. Caillou’s saliva ate up a little bit of Marshmallow’s face. It left a permanent scar. Cookie Monster came…

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    Insulated Cookie Sheets

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    put some flavors to the cookie sheet before and after every use.This is because if you want to bake the cookie evenly you need to put some flavor in the cookie sheet.Also do people know that when use insulated cookie sheets you don’t need to put high temperature because it will burn.People usually might not know what cookie sheets are best to use to make cookies.So these people will burned there cookies and will throw them away because they got burned and they taste bad when they are burned. …

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