The intricacies of the dining room menu

I just went to slops to get something to eat. The meals are around A$3.60 and because I was
wearing pajamas (no pockets) I didn’t bring along my wallet but just brought A$4 in coins. Now, I
had some herbed chicken with rice, and because the dish beside the steamed rice usually comes with
rice, I thought that will cost the standard A$3.60. However, at the cashier I was told that rice is
extra for the chicken and thus it costs 90c more. Don’t ask me why they charge 90c for a scoop of
rice, they just do. Anyway, since I only had A$4 with me, I had to go back to my room and get 50c
and come back. Hmph.

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