There's this guy named Jacob. His favorite color is green.
He drives a green car, he has a green house, he lives in Greensboro.
One day, he's out driving in the middle of nowhere when he realizes that he's about to run out of gas.
He spots a green gas station up ahead and thinks to himself "That gas station is my favorite color, so I'll go get gas there."
After he fills his car up he sees that it's getting late outside so he looks around for a hotel he can stay at.
Sure enough, there's a green hotel right across the street.
He thinks to himself "That hotel is my favorite color, so I'll stay there for the night."
He drives across the street to the hotel and walks into the lobby where he is greeted by the clerk.
Jacob asks if there are any rooms left and the clerk responds, "You're just in time, we have only three rooms left but they are all on the 9,999th floor."
Jacob reluctantly takes the key to the room and walks up the 9,999 flights of stairs when he realizes that he left his luggage in the lobby.
He walks down the 9,999 flights of stairs, grabs his luggage, walks back up the 9,999 flights of stairs and enters his room.

There's this guy named Mason. His favorite color is red.
He drives a red car, he has a red house, he lives in Redding.
One day, he's out driving in the middle of nowhere when he realizes that he's about to run out of gas.
He spots a red gas station up ahead and thinks to himself "That gas station is my favorite color, so I'll go get gas there."
After he fills his car up he sees that it's getting late outside so he looks around for a hotel he can stay at.
Sure enough, there's a green hotel right across the street.
He thinks to himself "That hotel isn't my favorite color, but I'll stay there since there are no other hotels around."
He drives across the street to the hotel and walks into the lobby where he is greeted by the clerk.
Mason asks if there are any rooms left and the clerk responds, "You're just in time, we have only two rooms left but they are both on the 9,999th floor."
Mason reluctantly takes the key to the room and walks up the 9,999 flights of stairs when he realizes that he left his car running.
He walks down the 9,999 flights of stairs, turns his car off, walks back up the 9,999 flights of stairs and enters his room.

There's this guy named William. His favorite color is blue.
He drives a blue car, he has a blue house, he lives in Blueville.
One day, he's out driving in the middle of nowhere when he realizes that he's about to run out of gas.
He spots a blue gas station up ahead and thinks to himself "That gas station is my favorite color, so I'll go get gas there."
After he fills his car up he sees that it's getting late outside so he looks around for a hotel he can stay at.
Sure enough, there's a green hotel right across the street.
He thinks to himself "That hotel isn't my favorite color, but I'll stay there since there are no other hotels around."
He drives across the street to the hotel and walks into the lobby where he is greeted by the clerk.
William asks if there are any rooms left and the clerk responds, "You're just in time, we have only one room left but it's on the 9,999th floor."
William reluctantly takes the key to the room and walks up the 9,999 flights of stairs when he realizes that he left his cat in the car.
He walks down the 9,999 flights of stairs, gets his cat, walks back up the 9,999 flights of stairs and enters his room.

The next morning, Jacob wakes up and walks down the 9,999 flights of stairs to go eat breakfast.
He gets a bowl of Fruit Loops, walks up the 9,999 flights of stairs and goes into his room.

Then, Mason wakes up and walks down the 9,999 flights of stairs to go eat breakfast.
He makes some waffles, walks up the 9,999 flights of stairs and goes into his room.

Then, William wakes up and walks down the 9,999 flights of stairs to go eat breakfast.
He gets a bowl of Fruit Loops, walks up the 9,999 flights of stairs and goes into his room.

The moral of the story?
People prefer Fruit Loops to waffles 2 to 1
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