Picture I took outside my grocery store:
On my way out I showed the cashier the picture and asked if the price was really “zero bundles of wood for $3.95” and she told me that she wasn’t sure how much wood was but that they’d honor whatever the price was on the sign. I asked how much it would cost if I bought a dozen bundles and she stared at her register keys for a minute and then said “Oh. Wait. I think I need a manager.” And that would be good because if I’m reading it right the sign basically says, “We have wood and you can’t have any. Just look at all this wood you can’t have.” You’re not going to win any customers with that sort of braggadocious hoarding.
PS. I was going to title this “Got wood? No. Because it’s priceless, apparently” but then I thought I’d get a lot of viagra spam.
PPS. Spellcheck is trying to tell me that “braggadocious” is not a word so I tried “bragalicious” and they don’t like that one either. At least one of those is a real word, spellcheck. Stop being an asshole.