Before walking out, Lengel tries to reason with him.
He says, “Sammy, you don’t want to do this to your Mom and Dad,’ he tells me. But it seems to me that once you begin a gesture it’s fatal not to go through with it” (Updike 373).
They made the choice of going to the grocery store in their bathing suits rather than normal attire. He says, “In walks these three girls in nothing but their bathing suits…
The one that caught my eye first was the one in the plaid-green two piece” (Updike 369).
Sammy needs to consider his parents before making the decision of quitting.
Another, more obvious onsequence is that now Sammy needs to find a new Job.
In “A&P”, the author John Updike demonstrates the importance of choices and their consequences.
It is important that someone considers everything that could occur before making a decision.
So we have to be very careful, for what we are and where we are standing right now is all because of our choices we make.
We usually want the best for our lives and do all the things we can do to succeed.