Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by PinchApenny1982, Sep 16, 2021.
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No need to. Its just a stain. Paredolia is what you are seeing.
Quarter cup of coffee anyone?.
When the heck was the last time you got a cup of coffee for a quarter?
Ha, Ha !! Too Funny !!
One of Ed's coins maybe? "Specialist in finding urine dipped coins for 35 years". @paddyman98
I'm reading it as a $1.00 for a full cup of coffee
Maybe he just wanted a 1/4 cup of coffee not a full cup, or even half a cup..
@Collecting Nut . Yeah right . I see diner owner's yachting around Martha's vineyard all the time .
In the small town where my antique shop is there is a restaurant owner that does just this. It’s been used since before my time and will be used long after I’ve departed this world. They are called lost leaders. Not just in restaurants but in all types of stores. They have to take a loss on something just to get you in the store. The thing is, this restaurant owner has been offered $2.5 million for his property and he refuses to sell.
Wats that coffee jester meaning?
Actually it's "loss leader". Sorry, I just had to. I worked in retail when I was very young. That's the stuff on the end caps a lot of times.
My new phone, a replacement for the one that gave up the ghost, is a pain. It’s the exact same phone but it’s a replacement that was somewhat repaired I think. I catch a lot but not everything.
I see you are familiar with the term and the way to merchandise it.
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