Discussion:$100 for one donut?

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Kevinh5 (talk|edits) said:

18 June 2013

wow, I'm in the wrong business

Gazoo (talk|edits) said:

18 June 2013
The cronut is nothing more than a response of the market ecnomy to the well-heeled and mindless customer. Radical capitalism has benefited us by offering us the meaningful choice of the hundred dollar cronut.

I read yesterday that some supermarket was offering mammograms in the grocery store (Aisle 2, an even number of course).

We are one step closer to my "life in Walsmart" theory: born on ailse 12, the entire life spent inside the Walsmart: work, play and manicure; and one then takes leave of the world through the in-house funeral home and crematorium. The life cycle starts with a "Birth Special" offer on Aisle 12, and ends through the smokestack. In fact, the only way out of the store is through the smokestack.

(When the smokestack is not in use for humans, it is used to dispose of stale donuts and other refuse. Both the consumer and the consumed go up in smoke when they have expired.)

Kevinh5 (talk|edits) said:

18 June 2013
I think you may be past your 'Best by' date, Gazoo.

MWPXYZ (talk|edits) said:

19 June 2013
It's not the cronut, but the delivery that counts!

Maybe this thread should be under Business Growth rather than General Chat.

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