Earlier today, I discovered what could possibly be the greatest culinary innovation known to residents of central Indiana: Jack’s Donuts. Upon entry, the smell of warm donuts bombards the senses, causing the mouth to water and inhibitions to be annihilated. Their array of donuts are presented in traditional form, with the enticing pastries contained behind a glass display case. After the decisions had been made, a dozen donuts and a dozen donut holes came out to be only just under 14$, a true bargain. This bargain, however, belies the true magnificence held by these delicacies. All the donut holes were consumed in less than 30 seconds.
A passing response by the employee to an inquiry regarding the price stuck in my mind: the donuts get cheaper as you purchase more and more. So, theoretically, would this make an infinite amount of donuts available for free?