It really depends on the emphasis.
Imagine I was ordering a pizza.
A couple days later, I am telling the story of my ordering this pizza to a friend.
Well, around 5 at night, I was getting really hungry, so I was wondering about what it is I could eat, and I looked in my wallet and found 10 dollars. I then realized that the local Pizarus place was having this bang-on deal, something to the effect of 2 pizzas for $9.95. So, I got it, but get this: they gave me diarrhea.
And then contrast it to another time I tell this story,
I ordered pizza from Pizarus just the other day, and it gave me diahhrea.
And then contrast it to
I was so, so hungry because I hadn’t eaten in a couple days because I was fasting, and, stupid I know, I decided to buy some pizza from Pizarus. It was $9.95, but I only found $10 so for the tax I scoured through the house to find some change, and then after looking for 15 minutes I finally had enough to get two pizzas, a Canadian bacon and a pepperoni, but as I ate it, I noticed something tasted weird. I then had some really bad diahhrea, and I am certain that pizza is the reason.
The facts of the thing are a little different depending on my emphasis or purpose, though they are all true.