A five bucks 'looking' fee? To look at fancy food items?
Okay, if they were offering samples... like generous taste tests with fine wines to wash 'em down, now I could cop that no worries
But 5 bucks just to feching look at it? They've got fechin' rocks in their head. Like I'd pay 5 bucks to cop an optic at a peep show, perhaps... or to get her to show me hes without having to show mine [I'm really shy, you know], but just to look at food, not a snowball in Hell's chance.
I mean, they're not even offering sniff tests, where you can take a good long whiff of something to gauge its herbal/aromatic properties. Like food has to have whiffability and a certain aroma to indicate whether it's appealing or not. So yeah, they should a least include whiffing in the 5 bucks.
Hmmm, now that gives me an idea....
There are 100's of varieties of cabbage, and a number of varieties of curry powder, and it has always been a dream of mine to open a curried cabbage shop... and in taking a leaf or two out of these idiots book, well maybe just the one, I could make a few bucks even when sales were down. Like I would let people look at the varieties of curried cabbage for free, but I could charge 3 bucks for whiffing and 6 bucks for a whiff and a taste test. And if people actually purchase a variety or 3, well I refund the sniff/taste test fees, maybe even throw in a complimentary plastic knife and fork set.