Nobody here can figure out how Mi Tierra--the new supermarket just a short walk from the office--stays in business given their ridiculously low prices. But we don't argue; rather, we just started buying 10 pound cases of bananas for $1.99, and very quickly our office had consumed thirty pounds of bananas in two days.
Of course, the prices couldn't stay like this. Soon after, the supermarket changed the price to $1.75 per case, and we quickly bought more. By the time we carried in our 40th pound of bananas, we needed to find more ways to utilize the fruit than just straight for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Needless to say, our first idea to use them as backscratchers (see picture 1) failed, as did our attempt to rob Potenco (picture 2). But then T3h_Muffinator
and I decided to make a banana chocolate pudding pie, and it was a great success.