Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Why is this in business?

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Charges a dollar to enter, shows videos of people standing in line on the opening day.

Is an attraction for the whole family.

While waiting to enter you are entertained by an assortment of salespeople with actually good deals for you along with some tasty and healthy food. The large screens show where you are located on the waiting-line and also an interesting item of fake news which at the time you cannot look away from.

All in all, it works as a proven and successful business, but still, no-one knows why.

pashute, Mar 25 2018

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       Perhaps when posted as 'a' - was better articulated... but then again in business you never know.
pashute, Mar 25 2018
  

       So, an amusement park...
RayfordSteele, Mar 25 2018
  

       I don’t get it.
Jscotty, Mar 28 2018
  

       There is a fine line between this and a popular dance club with conga lines
beanangel, Mar 28 2018
  

       I think that fine line is maintained by the bouncer.
RayfordSteele, Mar 30 2018
  
      
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