John: "Sweet Tooth"? Where do you find Sweet Tooth? I never hear of these brands. There's a Baskin-Robbins half a block from here.
Mother: I wouldn't go down there. That's a waste of money. I'm not going to fall for that.
John: Not going to fall for that? What are you falling for? They have ice cream in there.
Mother: There's no difference. Why should I pay triple the amount when they probably go to the supermarket and buy the very same kind?
|Calistoga Beverage Company|
John: I can tell by the gross weight I'm not going to like it. I like my cheeses in the ounces. When they weigh as much as a Fiat, I get worried.
John: There's a Gap up there. Come on. I need some underwear.
John: My goodness, a brand. What's the matter? Don't they make New-Nuts?
Mother: I enjoy my Grape-Nuts.
John: For every new piece of clothing I buy, you buy one brand-new ounce of very expensive cheese.
Mother: Does Kraft count?
John: Oh, Mother, that's so sweet. Yes. Yes, Kraft counts.
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Mother: What about the car? You might damage it.
John: I'll pull the car out.
Mother: And you'll put it back?
John: No, I will never put it back. It will become an Oldsmobile exhibit. We'll buy a big turntable, it will revolve slowly, we'll get a good-looking girl with a mike.
John: I'll get somebody off the street. I can go down to Sears and get one of those kids.
Mother: You know how to do that?
John: How to do what?
Mother: How to choose those men on the corner.
|House of Discounts|
|New Taste Peanut Butter|