The Silver Story: Short and Sweet

There’s a short story that goes something like this. A lady wants to buy sausage. There are two butcher shops next to each other, one advertises $1.99/lb., the other advertises $2.99/lb. She goes to the $1.99/lb. shop first. But there’s no sausage, they are out. So, she goes across the street, and sees sausage for $2.99/lb., and promptely complains about the price. “Why don’t you sell it for $1.99/lb like the other guy?” Butcher answers, “Lady, when I’m out, mine is $1.99/lb, too!”


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