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I believe that everyone has one thing that he or she is crazy about It perhaps could be a fruit a food or even an object that he or she cant see himself or herself without As for me and as silly it could be that one thing has to be shrimps everything about it The way the shrimps feel look smell and tasteWhen arriving to an aquarium and coming across the section of undersea creatures youll perhaps spot a few shrimps When you first take a glimpse at them you probably unexpectedly think to yourself How could people eat such a hideous thing I mean yes shrimps undersea isnt a pleasant look at all It features are repulsive Its antennas that creep out of its small body can be twice the length of its own body Its pereiopods and pleopods that are formed underneath its body look like feet that the shrimp could actually walk on Its chela looks as sharp as claws its abdominal segments look like abs of a human who constantly works out Lastly the scaphocerite looks like knives that are ready to attack whatever comes its way But its a whole different story when these shrimps are cooked Whenever I buy a pound of raw shrimps I cant help and stop myself from rushing home Just eagerly waiting to cook them Once I am home I rapidly go into the kitchen grab myself a pan place it on the stove and pour in the shrimps and set the stove on medium and let them sit there and cook As these creatures start to cook I have the privilege to witness the raw dead dull grayish color of them slowly convert into an orange tint that start to shine as bright as the sun In addition their bodies start to shrink and curl up transforming into the shape of a comma As the minute goes by a harmony of sizzling sounds
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