You don’t see that much these days!” he said with a southern twang.
“One of the perks of me coming in here everyday – if I don’t have money, or they are too busy for me to wait to pay – I cover my debt the next time I come in.” I responded as I paid for two coffees this morning at my suburban Chicago Dunkin Donuts.
“Just like it should be!” he responded.
As I left I noticed his car had Georgia plates, which explained the twang, but left me wondering ….. is there anywhere in this Country where those two things, in conjunction with purchasing goods, prevail?
not just an ol’ wives’ tale