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1. What do you have for lunch? 2. That's not fair! I only have a sandwich.
The kids walk to school.
1. "I never get anything sweet in my lunch." 2." Okay."
1. "Why are you sad?" 2. "Go up to your room."
They walk into the classroom. One of them asks "What do you have for lunch?" The next student replies, "Dunkin' Doughnuts." Student number one shakes her head and says, "That's no fair. I only have a sandwich."
The kids have finished their lessons and now they are at the cafeteria. Student number two takes out his doughnuts. Student number one looks sad as she eats her sandwich.
Student number one gets home. She sadly goes up the stairs. Her mother appears. "Why are you sad?" Student number one replies, "I never get anything sweet in my lunch." Her mother looks thoughtful and says," Go up to your room." The girl is surprised.
She goes up to her room. On her bedside table she sees... Dunkin' Doughnuts!!!
Student: "What is this doing here?!" Mom: "Well, it's Dunkin, so it's 'Worth the Trip!'" Just then her father comes into the house, carrying another bag of doughnuts. Grinning, he says, "Dunkin was worth the trip!" They hug, then the scene melts away, and it blackens. With orange writing, it says, "Dunkin. Worth the trip."
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