I do not know Garret Popcorn. I do not know if it is good, I do not know if it is bad.
All I do know is that the store in Shibuya must be the highest sales per square foot in their chain. It is ALWAYS lined up around the block. I tried to capture the size of the line, but is hard.
Do you see the end to the line? Hard.
Crazy. I will be unable to form an opinion on Garrett popcorn as the chances of me standing in a line for 2 hours for popcorn are somewhere between 0 and none.
A side note, the advanced encoded security with digits that moved around on the pad for this bathroom gave me a chuckle.
It wasn’t even that fancy of a bathroom (smile).
Oh, I hadn’t heard of them either, until today when I walked by Penn. (train) station in Manhattan.
Times Square might’ve made more sense, or a high-end cinema?
If you figure it out .. let me know. I wont be standing in line trying to explain it!
I am eating home made pop corn with salt and truffle oil as I read this and I don’t know what to say. So economical, easy to make and fun to share at home.
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