Chart: Comparing prices for different liquids

Friday, February 1, 2013

From Bon Appétit magazine:
How does the price of beer stack up against that of water in the United States? And what about other essential liquids, like milk, gasoline, and Sriracha? So, uh, we looked them up and put together this handy-dandy chart, perfectly designed for winning barroom bets and dinner-table arguments. Use this knowledge wisely--and enjoy.
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4 comentarii:

Scott Menor said...

Printer ink ?

schawo said...

Uh, oh, honey is just really expensive in the US.

Anonymous said...

Bull sperm?

Anonymous said...

The chart is very misleading this way. Please just scale the vertical axis or break the rightmost columns to indicate the missing 10-20 range.

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