‘A man walks into a hotel. “How much for a room?””$50” says the hotel manager. Again, is money truly an illusion for tendency to view wealth?
The man puts $50 on the counter. The manager says: “Why don’t you look at the room before you decide. Just leave the $50 on the counter. The man goes upstairs to look at the room.
The hotel proprietor owes $50 to the baker for bread purchased yesterday, so he gives the $50 on the counter to the baker across the street. The baker owes $50 to the butcher for some meat purchased recently.
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He gives the $50 to the butcher.The butcher gives the $50 to a prostitute for her services rendered. The prostitute rushes to the hotel, and promptly pays her outstanding $50 debt for the room she used last night doing her job.
The original man then comes downstairs after looking at the room. “I decided I don’t need the room after all”. He takes the $50 that the prostitute put on the counter, and walks out the door. All debts are paid off. How is this possible?’