Stereotypes in Society (Candy Shop Setting) (Characters (Victim- lollipop …
Stereotypes in Society (Candy Shop Setting)
He's got green swirls on the outside and white swirls on the inside
He's got blue and white swirls
By standards- owner of the candyshop
He doesn't really care about the candy. He's just trying to make a successful business.
Society- kids in the shop addicted to candy
3 kids walk into a candy shop
Kid #1- only wants lollipops with blue and white swirls.
Kid #2- only wants lollipops with green swirls on the outside and white swirls on the inside.
Kid #3- grabs both kinds of lollipops and checks out because he knows that they're the same lollipop and came from the same batch of candy.
The blue and white lollipop isn't as popular in the shop as the white and green lollipop.
The white and green lollipop gets to be on the shelves by the counter and gets his own sign in the store window.
The green and white lollipop is self conscious because no one seems to want him.
The blue and white lollipop becomes full of himself because everyone is gravitating towards him. He's super popular and doesn't think his life could get much better.
A boy in a group of friends doesn't want to be like the rest, so he picks the white and green lollipop.