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Brain Game 14.10.2010 Vote now!

October 14, 2010

the brain game

 

This week’s question:

“What’s the best way to enjoy a chocolate sundae?”

The participants answers are published every Thursdays in Young Post.

Votes close on Tuesdays at noon.

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Balwinder Singh, 15, Delia Memorial School (Hip Wo)
I think it’s best to eat a chocolate sundae in the summer with your family at the beach. It is a delicious cold dessert, and ideal for the hot weather. Adding chocolate sauce to your sundae will make it taste even better. You may also think of the happy moments in your life while eating your ice-cream.

Alice Leung, 16, Ho Fung College
Chocolate sundaes are best enjoyed on a sizzling summer day, when almost everyone likes to go for a swim. I would fill the water slides with the creamy dessert. I can eat a lot while being thrilled by the “cool” ride.

Aaron De Silva, 18, ELCHK Lutheran Secondary School
The greatest way to enjoy a chocolate sundae is to have it with my girlfriend. It will be very enjoyable, feeding each other spoonfuls of sundae on a bright, clear day. It’s so sweet! We can also think about some funny things that happened in the past, and close our eyes as we enjoy the ice cream.

Vicky Yip, 16, Pentecostal Lam Hon Kwong School
The best time to enjoy a chocolate sundae is when you are sweating and tired. The sweet sundae will calm your soul and take away your troubles. It will be such a tender moment when the creamy syrup touches your tongue. You will fall in love with the world and won’t feel hot and tired anymore.

Melody Lam, 14, POCA Wong Siu Ching Secondary
School
Have you ever tried swimming in a pool with ice-cream, waffles and a huge chocolate fountain? Imagine snowfalls on a Christmas morning as you take a dip. You can use the waffles as a buoy and add toppings to your sundae from the chocolate fountain. You can’t beat having a chocolate sundae that you won’t be able to finish.

Akira Law, 15, Ho Fung College
To me, chocolate means happiness. By sharing it with others, we can share the joy. However, when a chocolate sundae is placed in front of me … yum … I don’t think anybody would ever share this treasure with others. Having topped it with granola, I would grab the ice cream and dash into my room. No one can take away my chocolate sundae!

Elizabeth Pong, 14, St Stephen’s Girls’ College
I don’t eat desserts often because I can’t stop once I’ve started. I would take a picture to remember this precious moment. I’d eat the chocolate sundae slowly and gracefully. Research has shown that eating slowly is good for our health because our brain has time to react and tell us we’re full.

Alexander Chuk, 15, Diocesan Boys’ School
Get a huge scoop of sundae and put it in a big bowl. Then add your favourite toppings. Admire and sniff your own creation for a while. Sit on a comfortable chair, and start off with small bites. Relish the moment as the ice cream slowly melts in your mouth. After a little while, open your mouth and gulp down the rest of the wonderful dessert.

Christy Lai, 15, Ho Fung College
It will be very exciting to enjoy a chocolate sundae while parachuting. I’ll enjoy a gorgeous view of the landscape, while the wind will keep my chocolate sundae from melting quickly in the hot summer. That will be an experience I’ll never forget.

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