One of the regular items on my grocery-shopping list has been the sausage biscuit offered by Durant, Oklahoma’s J. C. Potter, a box of six three sleeves, two to a sleeve for, lately, $3.99.
When I ran out earlier this month, I hit up the store and found no boxes. However, there was a bag of 24 12 sleeves, two to a sleeve for $7.98. Four times the product for twice the price? Shut up and take my money.
Eventually, though, those ran out, and I decided to buy more. The store, or Mr. Potter, or someone, has evidently come to its senses: the bag is now $11.98. Still thrice the product for twice the price, but not so compelling a deal, especially given the speed with which I must consume these little darbs to beat the pull date. (One can eat only so much sausage and so many biscuits without affecting one’s internal workings.)