A busy supermarket
You could almost see the heat blasting out the glass doors through the face of the man who walked into the store. A prominent almost motionless man looking like a guard,stood outside the store seeking for bother. In the car park was an unattended trolley moving forward ever so slightly due to the breezy weather. A young woman with a baby who was yelling like there was no tomorrow seemed to look extremely distressed and although her age, few wrinkles seemed to appear on her forehead. A row of wheelchairs with the supermarket logo on the back of them were arranged neatly for any unfit customer who needed one to assist them.
Inside the store, the fruit section had such an exotic variety of fruits, bursting with many different colours. A aged woman who must have had a lot of time on her hands,lingered around the watermelons sniffing them to get the perfect one. Suddenly, a slightly muffled sound amplified around the store, it was some sort of announcement but nobody was really clear what it said.
A family of four were in the freezer section, a young boy was so cold he put his arms into his t-shirt whilst gritting his teeth. The man took off his flease and put it around his pale, thin and fragile wife, who looked like she had an illness,her face was coloured almost green. One of her children pointed to the freezer with the ice-cream in it,widened her eyes and raised her neck towards her mother. The mother agreed and as she opened the freezer a tsunami of cold steam hit her face. She lifted her child up for her to choose which one she liked, as she grabbed it a few sprinkles of frost fell to the ground.
A worker of the store was busy organising and stacking shelves, he climbed up a very rusty unsteady ladder ,there was another worker at the bottom of the ladder holding it still. He was wearing a bright green jacket, with matte black pants. He wore large square glasses and had a rolled up magazine in his back pocket.
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