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    is not without its typical criticism. A user states “I wish your milkshakes wer milkshakes.. love the variety.. jus more of ice cream in a cup..lol”. Cook Out’s milkshakes are generally thicker than what is typically considered a milkshake, and clearly not all customers desire this. “You need to give out spoons, they are so thick you cant drink them with the food..whats the purpose of getting one if you cant drink it ???? I leave it sit out for 2 hours and then i can drink it somewhat..”. This person was somewhat disgruntled by an experience in which they did not receive a spoon. Despite this, the general consensus of this post is positive. This advertisement uses pathos by appealing to everyone’s innate sense of hunger. The image of the milk shake can also conjure images of fun times in one’s youth. It 's a definite play on pathos. Ethos is evoked as well by showing their famous milkshake. They use their reputation as milkshake makers to engage fans, and perhaps attract new ones if they are to read the positive comments. By using an easily recognizable symbol of the restaurant, Cook Out successfully engages their users with a the simple question. The second post I will analyze also comes from the company on the 13th of October in 2013. This advertisement features a picture of a Cook Out restaurant sign, with the caption “Every day is a Cook Out day”. This post received 80 comments. There was a wider variety of responses on this advertisement. Just as with the previous…

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    time with the help of Henri Nestle and his previous experience making chocolate milk in 1875 when he supplied condense milk. In 1905 the company had over 20 different factories but they two head offices, in Vevey and Cham that controlled exports. By this the company established international connections for spading in the other continents. It became a global company and the result is known as “beauty age.” Things change in 1914 with the outbreak of World War I because they had a huge demand…

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    Droṇa asked his wife to dissolve some rice flour in water and give it to him as he was asking for milk. That was white like milk; so the child drank that. He went and told the other boys that he drank milk. After five or six days, everyone else was talking about how sweet the milk was etc; he felt that his milk was not sweet and it had no taste it was like cġnaik kizhangu [elephant foot yam]; it does not have any special taste. He came and told his father that others were talking about sweet…

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    Living in the same area where she grew up makes her childhood so enjoyable as she had to do a lot of chores with her sibling on the farm which she laugh remembering she did a lot of Milk cows and having to learn how to drive a tractor at an early age gave her the zeal to help her parent a lot on the farm as she volunteers to keep working on the farm with her parent while her sibling goes to school. She took the job on the farm as what she feel she can do just to make her parents happy because…

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