Biggy: So you wanna go to K&G tonight to look at that three-piece suit I want and then go to dinner?
TR: Sure. If you buy the suit, does that mean I get to buy those Frye boots I've been wanting?
Biggy: No. The suit is a great deal. I told you--I went in because I needed some dress shoes. Then I saw the suit sale--which gives you the shoes free if you buy the suit. So if I spend $180 on the suit, I get the $70 shoes for free. A screaming deal.
TR: Well, I should buy a ball gown then.
Biggy: That doesn't make any sense.
TR: Yeah it does. I need a ball gown as much as you need a suit.
Biggy: That's a bad analogy. Even if you could get the boots for free with the ball gown...I mean... You don't NEED the boots...I need the dress shoes. I could just pay $70 for the shoes, I guess, but for $50 more, I could get a suit too. It's a no-brainer.
TR: So, if I REALLY NEEDED a $50 pair of new running shoes, because mine were worn out, but I could pay $180 for a ball gown and get the shoes for free, that would be comparable?
Biggy: No, because I'd wear the suit more than you'd wear the ballgown.
TR: But I'd wear the running shoes more than you'd wear the dress shoes.
Biggy: But I'd wear the dress shoes more than you'd wear the boots, so...OH--AND I could wear the dress shoes WITH the suit!