Imagine being a little kid going to the grocery store with your mother. At first you’re reluctant to go, but you’re told there will be candy. You get to the store, and your mother takes you to the candy aisle. She lets you look at the candy. She lets you sample the candy. She even lets you pick out a candy bar. When you get to the checkout, you put the candy bar on the counter. Your mother says, “wait, what made you think that I was going to buy you that candy bar?! Go put it back.”
That’s what it feels like to ship karmy.