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So I got in this argument the other day and am really looking for some input on this major issue. So we all remember T-Bo from iCarly, right? The guy from the Groovy Smoothie who tried to sell literally everything on a stick? Well there was this one episode where he was trying to sell doughnuts, but put them on the stick like this:
Now, like the iCarly gang, I too was very confused by this because CLEARLY he is doing it wrong. If there’s already a hole in the doughnut, why would you put them on like this? It doesn’t make sense.
For some unknown reason my friend thinks T-Bo is being logical doing it this way but I disagree. Help me prove my point that T-Bo is wrong and I am right.