Demonstrative Speech on Making a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich

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This is my attempt on a demonstrative type of speech.

Hello to everyone and welcome to the forum this evening. Tonight we are going to be talking about how to make the perfect peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I know, it has been done many times but you know what, its fun and delicious. Before we start making this sandwich, please make sure you are in the kitchen, we don’t want anything ending up in a toilet or even on Moms brand new sofa. You can take your choice of where you want to be in the kitchen, either at the table or the counter, which ever you prefer. For the sake of keeping everything clean, I am using a paper towel but may use a plate for your sandwich to rest on. So right now please take a plate or paper towel and set it down in front of you. Plates are in the cabinet on the wall to the left of the microwave, clear glass on the front, paper towels are next to the stove. Next we are going to make sure we have our full supplies we need before we start the task. These are not hard items to find or have on hand and most are standard in everyones kitchens. What you will need is: 1 butter knife or 1 spoon, (I will explain this one in a few minutes) you will also need a jar of jelly or jam, any flavor any type, a jar of peanut butter and a loaf of bread. Need to add that bread and peanut butter is also one of preference, whatever type you prefer, is what you will be using. With all of these items sitting in front of you, the first thing you are going to do is pick up the bag of bread and open it, many have little twist ties, some have plastic clips. Mine has a twist tie, I am going to twist it open so that the bag itself opens up. Now I am going to reach in and grab 2 pieces of bread (you may grab four if you want to make 2 sandwiches).Set these pieces of bread down on the plate or paper towel in front of you and proceed to close the bread back up. Again using the twisty tie or the plastic clip, put it back on the same way you took it off. Next I am...
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