I understand it's better to always have something you can relate to, and we try to do this as much as possible. Sometimes though we have to go for a bit more unusual examples if what we are teaching on that lesson (that specific verb, tense, expression...) sounds OK with other less realistic examples. I looked at this one but, although it may be unusual, it is still something that you may encounter if you are for example watching a movie.
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