Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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One Pound Butcher's Shop

Where everything weighs a lb and costs a £
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The One Pound Butcher's shop rewards wisdom and discerning. Products include meat, cheese and a really fat wasp in the window.
spiritualized, Jun 13 2005

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       Very well synthesized. [+]
daseva, Jun 14 2005

       Wow, that's much better value than the local Metric Butcher's Shop, where everything weighs a kilo and costs a kilo.
Adze, Jun 14 2005

       Wow, that's a really really fat wasp.
hidden truths, Jun 14 2005

       If you're like me, you are easily (or not so easily) baffled.   

       Think about this.... The butcher shop itself must weigh and cost a pound, as does everything else in it. So, what if I took out the window. Now the window costs/weighs a pound. Interesting. A rare case where the sum of the parts weighs/costs more then the whole? In a way, it's like a sort of fusion. Splitting the pieces up, but they still retain their traits. [+] for getting some very freaky math going on.   

       : )
Night, Jun 14 2005

       [Nylon] I wonder then if standard pound shops themselves cost a pound. I'd buy one and convert it into a trendy wine bar.
spiritualized, Jun 14 2005

       I'll take that really fat White Anglo-Saxon Pork.
FarmerJohn, Jun 14 2005

       How much is that wasp in the window?
crater, Jun 14 2005


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