longevity vs. popularity as a metric of quality
a tiny play
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A DONUT talks to CRONUT in the display case at a bakery.
DONUT: You’re not better than me.
DONUT: You’re not.
DONUT: But people want you more.
CRONUT: Not always.
DONUT: They do. You’re just trendy, though. You’re not better.
CRONUT: That seems right.
DONUT: Actually I’m better than you.
CRONUT: Also no.
DONUT: I am.
DONUT: I’ve been around longer, so-
CRONUT: That doesn’t mean anything.
DONUT: Yes it does. It means I’m better than you.
CRONUT: No. It means you’ve been around longer.
DONUT: Which means-
CRONUT: Nah ah.
CRONUT: Hey, Rob?
CRONUT: You’re kind of a bitch.