Jason: But we have the exact same lemonade!
Eileen: Only slightly different reputations.
Seriously, Jason, who wants reptilian saliva in their summertime thirst-quenching beverage? (Happy b-day to me.)
She didn’t say his WAS!
Eileen will run out of supplies soon. Jason can then hike his prices for her or else he will sell directly to the customer. Ah capitalism!
She’s got NO Proof…
SUE HER FOR DEFAMATION AND SUE HER FOR EVERY LAST PENNY SHES GOT TILL SHE BLEEDS…!!!
Eileen’s cups even look smaller.
Curse this false (or not) advertising!
Have you ever read How to Turn Lemons Into Money (A Child’s Guide to Economics) by Louise Armstrong? It uses operating a lemon stand to explain business terms such as “automation” – Johnny the lemon squeezer loses his job when his employer buys a juicer, competition – he opens his own stand and starts a “price war” and “partnership” – give up price war and have a “merger.” LOL!
Mmm. Iguana spit …
rgcviper, you so beat me to it.
Payback: Jason’s lemonade, not infested with cooties.
Jason is a full-time trouble-maker and Eileen isn’t.
You owe Jason Money for lost business/profits!!!
Jason is weird
Eileen u are a sucker and i can tell Jason loves you ;)
Why would Jason have his lemonade stand next to Eileen’s in the first place? They do go to the same school, so they live relatively close to each other. Do they live on the same block?
Guess they are having a competition to see who can sell more otherwise….