It is Saturday morning at the mall. When you walk in the door the aroma at the food court greets you. The mall isn’t open yet but there are many people already there. Many are there waiting for the stores to open so they can beat the crowd, while others are waiting for there favorite restaurant to open. The mall serves many purposes to the communities that they are in; whether it is teenagers, children, or adults.
One can see all types of people at the mall. Depending on the time of day will tell you what groups of people you might see there. The mall is a place that commonly serves many different age groups for many different reasons. Children usually come with their parents and their favorite place is the toy store. For teenagers it is a place to hang out with friends, find a job, as well as shop. It is also a place where parents feel it is safe to let their kids hang out without supervision. For adults and seniors it is a time for the family to be together or exercise in a safe, warm, and dry environment. It’s a place where they can get a lot of items that you need without going to multiple places.
Finally the stores begin to open and employees greet anxious shoppers. Today just happens to be a major sale day. The customers all rush in to the store on a mission to get the items on sale before they run out. Many people are cautious to not run over anyone else in their state of hurry but sometimes it happens. After shoppers gather everything that they want it is a mad dash to the checkout lines where you hear people talking and the beeps of the register. Customers are seen impatiently waiting their turn in line so they can move on to the next store. As the customers finally get to the front of the line employees happily ring their purchases, bag them, and invite them back to their store.
Weekend nights the mall belongs to older kids and teenagers. They are there to socialize...