Saturday, January 27, 2007

The Milk of Human Kindness.


Let's assume that you, the loyal JJ Collective reader, frequent an establishment that gives out a lot of free samples. These free samples are not food, though. Usually, these are sample sizes of useful items, like toothpaste of shaving cream.

There seems to be an endless supply of these samples--the stock never seems to diminish--and no one monitors (or cares about) how many sample size packets you take.

Knowing that these things are non-perishable, how many do you take and why?