A little snack gone awry
I went in for 2, paid for 4 and left with 6.
I’m still a little befuddled, but I think I ran a scam on the Tim’s at the corner.
I went in for 2, paid for 4. Okay, anybody who buys doughnuts knows that part is easy. "hmmm, well maybe we’ll want a snack tonight… I’d better get 2 each." and so I did.
…paid for 4 and left with 6.
Less easy. I paid for the doughnuts, 80cents each = $3.42 (w/tax), then realized that I could buy 6 for $3.75 = $4.01 (w/tax). So I asked what the price difference would be, she played with the register which displayed the price of both options. So I asked for 2 more and if it’d be okay I’d just pay her the difference. She gave me the extras and walked away.
I stood there, waiting, cash in hand for a couple of minutes until she returned… assuming of course that she was trying to figure out how to do the transaction.
Nope. When she came back she seemed confused that I was still there and wanted to pay. "It’s only 3 cents, it’s fine"
So out I walked with 6 doughnuts having paid for 4, and only really wanting 2.
2 thoughts on “A little snack gone awry”
I sweat to god, Tim Hortons is the antichrist!!
I’m not happy that some weiner tried to blow one up, though. That’s just crazy!
Dude, all that math is making me hungry. Please deliver any left over donuts directly to me.