She had anticipated this moment all year, when she would sit down at In-n-Out and enjoy a delicious, delectable, and delightful hamburger. The burgers in Cleveland were okay, but they were no In-n-Out. They weren’t as juicy; they didn’t taste like home.
She took a slow bite of her burger, savoring the texture and anticipating how tasty the whole experience was going to be. After a moment she stopped, assessed the taste of the burger and realized it wasn’t how she remembered it. She swallowed then took another bite and, frowning, came to a decision. It just wasn’t that good.