Overview: In this post, let us take a look at a conversation between two friends about healthy food and junk food. Both of them are college-going students and both of them are best friends. However, one of them is very health conscious and the other one loves to consume the food from the college canteen. One of them being health conscious does not consume outside food at all, and the other one loves to have a mindset of consuming and experiencing the ‘college canteen food’!
Conversation between two friends about healthy food and junk food
Friend 1 (Kim): Hey, the lecture is just over, let’s go and have something at the canteen.
Friend 2 (Dan): What? The canteen?
Kim: Yes, the canteen. Let’s go, come!
Dan: No! I am not coming to the canteen.
Kim: What? Why not?
Dan: You know I don’t like eating food from outside and it is very unhealthy. I am not going to the canteen.
Kim: Who told you that the canteen’s food is unhealthy?
Dan: Isn’t it obvious?
Kim: Why do you think it is obvious?
Dan: The canteen’s kitchen looks so messy and dirty. I just cannot imagine how bad will the food be…Oh, God…The food has more fat content, less essential nutrients, there are more added sugars, most of it is fast food, almost all the food items give a long time health issues! I am not going at all.
Kim: Oh you shouldn’t miss the canteen’s food! You won’t experience such kind of food after you finish your education. They make such delicious noodles, vada pao, and samosas…You must definitely try them! you won’t get such a delicious taste anywhere else in the whole world!
Dan: No no! They don’t even wear gloves while preparing the food and who knows whether they have washed their hands before cooking the food or not!
Kim: You cannot be so sure of the food you eat from high-class restaurants!
Dan: Yeah but it is definitely much better than the college canteen food. Salads are much more hygienic and healthier. You should opt for that too!
Kim: Definitely not! I love the canteen’s food!
Dan: Okay then, you go and have your canteen food. I will have my salad.
Kim: Okay you have your salad but you can at least come with me to the canteen and have your salad there! Is that fine or not! Don’t get so dramatic now!
Dan: Alright, let’s go to the canteen!
Kim: Thank God!
‘Obvious’ – The word ‘obvious’ can also be used in place of evident, plain, crystal clear, etc.