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God made the wicked Grocer For a mystery and a sign, That men might shun the awful shop And go to inns to dine.... The righteous minds of innkeepers induce them now and then To crack a bottle with a friend Or treat unmoneyed men, But who hath seen the grocer Treat housemaids to his teas Or crack a bottle of fish-sauce or stand a man a cheese?
G.K. Chesterton, A Song Against Grocers
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