Someone told me that the fried mee from a hawker store at a market near my home is very good. Die die also must try.
Every time I go, I see a long queue. When I ask how long must I wait for a serving?
About half an hour or maybe longer. Forget it.
On one of my evening walks, when I walked by the stall, there wasn’t much of a queue. So, I tried the noodles. I didn’t have to wait very long.
What does this tell us?
If we die die must buy, then, there is a price we have to pay and that price might not be monetary in nature.