I quite expect there are thousands of small North Korean children who rely on the sales of these tiny packs to feed their entire families. That essential 2 cents per day probably keeps them in food for a year.
Oh. Mah. Gawd. Too funny, T.!
Why yes, I live in a neighborhood where designer mosses are available, but not groceries . . . . You'd be a splendid ecotherapist-guide. You also live in a fine spot for that, with many out-of-towners coming in from all over the world, not to mention the country. It could happen.We have a friend who is a guide for wealthy businessmen doing business in HongKong, who don't speak Chinese, and have no patience or skills at figuring out where to go, what to do, how to eat, when their meetings are over.Love, C.