Why did Sally sell seashells on the seashore when you can just pick them up anyway?

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    She was in Brighton and there's nothing but pebbles there.
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    probably cocaine from mexico
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    Sally is a greedy capitalist who owns the means of production and extracts the surplus value of the labour she exploits.

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    Because she knows older people will buy it
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    Need some of that wonga
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    (Original post by HannaMarin)
    Have some respect you know, that dude is a cold blooded murderer, i find it extremely creepy people would make a GIF out of him and actually use it but then its the internet full of weirdos.
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    Because she is just pretty stupid and wants to con people out of money. (Its a common thing among us Sallys)
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    (Original post by HannaMarin)
    PROSM :rofl:
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    Gingerbread101 What would be your theory as to the reasoning behind this?
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    (Original post by MrDystopia)
    Gingerbread101 What would be your theory as to the reasoning behind this?
    I would buy seashells from Sally if she sold them in a nice bag with ribbon
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    I would buy seashells from Sally if she sold them in a nice bag with ribbon
    I agree but I'm more partial to necklaces with pretty stones in them.
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    The same reason you can buy seas shells in seaside shops, she picked the best ones and made some money.
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    Because people are too lazy to pick up seashells so they buy them instead.

    Just like us when we buy food because we are too lazy to cook or how we buy rocks to decorate our gardens/ fill up our vases when we can just collect them off roads.
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