The Child And the Baker - Timeless Teacher Stuff

The Child And the Baker - Timeless Teacher Stuff

The Child And the Baker Parts(2): CHILD BAKER PROPS: A SIGN THAT READS: 5 C O O K I E S F O R 4 C E N T S CHILD: (LOOKING SADLY IN THE WINDOW OF A...

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The Child And the Baker Parts(2):

CHILD

BAKER

PROPS: A SIGN THAT READS: 5 C O O K I E S F O R 4 C E N T S <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> CHILD: (LOOKING SADLY IN THE WINDOW OF A BAKERY, WATCHING BAKER PUT UP SIGN.) (CHILD WALKS IN.) "MAY I HAVE A FREE COOKIE?" BAKER: "NO SIREE, MISSY.

YOU HAVE TO PAY LIKE EVERYONE ELSE."

CHILD: "WELL, YOU SELL FIVE COOKIES FOR 4 CENTS, RIGHT?" BAKER: "YEP. THAT'S WHAT THE SIGN SAYS." CHILD: "WELL, THEN, YOU WOULD SELL 4 COOKIES FOR 3 CENTS, RIGHT?" BAKER: (THINKING) "I SUPPOSE SO." CHILD: "AND 3 COOKIES FOR 2 CENTS, RIGHT?" BAKER: (SOUNDING A LITTLE PERTURBED) "WELL, I RECKON I WOULD." CHILD: "THEN 2 COOKIES WOULD COST 1 CENT?" BAKER: "LOOK! WHAT ARE YOU DRIVING AT? I DON'T UNDERSTAND ALL THIS." CHILD: "YOU WILL. SO, TWO COOKIES WOULD BE 1 CENT?" BAKER: (SHARPLY) "YES!" CHILD: "THEN ONE COOKIE WOULD COST NOTHING. THAT IS THE ONE I WANT TO BUY!" (TAKES COOKIE AND STARTS EATING WHILE WALKING OUT.) BAKER: (LOOKING VERY PUZZLED, SCRATCHES HEAD, LOOKS AT SIGN.)

"WELL I'LL BE!"