June 19, 2012

The Negative Valuation of Water (Thoughtless Food Series)




An establishment I frequent recently made the jump from "beer and wine only" to hard liquor. And it appears that they partook in said hard liquor when writing up the menu.


Company policy is to measure out at least one shot per drink, so the $11 price tag on shots compared to the $10 "Scotch & Water" can mean only one thing: water has a negative valuation.


Taking this idea to its logical conclusion, I now have every faucet in my apartment running full tilt, 24/7. I'll be able to cover rent in no time.

3 comments:

  1. for me, is maybe water is some sort of mixture for whiskey or vodka....hehehe..
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  2. haha. Then I could see paying a little extra for it :)

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