Milk Persuasive Essay

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Children are the same all over the world. They are goofy. They are fun. Their laughter is infectious and their playfulness reminds us to not take life so seriously. They can put a smile on even the grumpiest of faces and their innocence can charm us to the core.

And, they tell really silly jokes.

Q: What do you call a cow on a trampoline?
A: A milk shake!

Driving through the countryside of Rwanda, children seem to be everywhere; along the roads, in the fields, on the beach of Lake Kivu, and running from one house yard to another. In remote parts, you often see children carrying water jugs on their way to fill up at a close-by water station. They dot the land in the cutest of ways.

And although I never saw this, I swear Rwandan children

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