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Jolie Berger

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Transcript of Pancakes

By: Joan Bauer

The setting takes place present day
Rural area
Jill's house
Ye Olde Pancake House
By: Jolie Berger, Kaelyn Ludwig,
and Nikki Gosselin
Nobody's Perfect and everybody needs help sometimes.

The main characters in the story are Jill, Allen Feinman, Andy, Hugo and Mrs. Feinman.
Jill's ex- boyfriend, Allen Fienman, who accused her of being a perfectionist ended up being the one to help her in the end.
Jill is a perfectionist which is starting to ruin her life when her boyfriend, Allen Feinman breaks up with her. All gets worse when her colleagues, from her job at The Ye Olde Pancake House, don't show up for work. Jill is left all alone on the busiest day the pancake house has ever seen. She learns that she can't always be perfect and ends up needing the help of her ex-boyfriend and his parents.

Working at this job and the pancakes make her realize that she doesn't have to be perfect and that everyone makes mistakes.
Point of view:
The pancakes make her realize that she doesn't have to be perfect.
Pancake you for watching!
I raced down the aisle to table twelve, seeing the haunted look in my customer's eyes. I wanted to be perfect for every one of you. I wanted you all to like me. I'm sorry I'm not better, not faster. Please don't hate me, I'm only one person, not even a particularly tall person.
"I'm sorry," I said to table eight, "but I simply can't do everything!" I felt ripple of crass laughter in the air. I turned. Allen Feinman had walked in with his parents.
No...Anything but this.
Our eyes met. I could hear the taunts at school, the never-ending retelling of this, my ultimate nightmare.
"Can I help, Jill?" He rolled up his shirtsleeves. Allen Feinman was offering to help.
Story Excerpt
To Infinity and Bacon
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