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  • What's the big deal with this shirt? It's so plain and boring looking to me. 
  • There's a limited stock shirt over here that I need to get!
  • You don't actually need that shirt. You only want it. You already have plenty of clothes.
  • What?!? It's only limited stock. I need it!
  • There's a limited stock for a reason. Remember when this same company wasn't making any money.
  • There's only a limited stock. I can only buy it now.
  • Boy- Ed Girl- Gemma
  • Well they only have limited stock for so cheap because no one demanded they wanted this brand back.
  • Well yeah everyone remembers that but now they are making a comeback...right?
  • Wants and needs- Gemma WANTS this shirt but thinks she NEEDS it. Food and water is a need. A cheap limited stock shirt is just a want.
  • Trust me...the only reason this shirt is out is so people see the brand again.
  • if we lived in a demand economy country this brand wouldn't be here selling low quality super cheap clothing.
  • I guess you are right about that but it's so cheap and I think it's cute.
  • Business cycle- Ed is now reminding Gemma about how this same clothing company was broke a few years because no one bought their clothes. Their clothes weren't good quality and no one was ever happy with the company.
  • Yeah it's no problem. I wouldn't want you to spend money on something you WANT and not NEED.
  • Thanks for stopping me from buying that out of style, low quality, and cheap shirt. 
  • Supply and demand- Gemma is now confused about this shirt because no one else liked this company. Ed is telling her why there is only a limited stock. No one wanted this brand back so no one demanded they had a new shirt from this company and they didn't have anymore money to make an unlimited stock.
  • Types of economy- Ed talks about how if this brand was in a command economy country that they wouldn't allow this brand to be sold because of how cheap and low quality it is.
  • 30 minutes later...Gemma finally came to the realization the shirt wasn't worth it and that the company is still not good. It was something she WANTED and not something she NEEDED.
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