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Honest Tea at 116th and B-way!

Honest Tea is out in front of the 116th Street gates. Take a bottle, and pay a dollar in the box, but you’re on the honor system–nobody is watching!

Update: In other food news, it is half-off day at Haagen Dazs!

Photo by David Hu

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous apparently, they make more money selling it this way than at the normal price.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous what kind of kickbacks does columbia get from these corporate whores?

  • St Augustine says:

    @St Augustine If they have pear flavor, I’m so taking it

  • ... says:

    @... somebody should try to steal one and get into a ridiculous debate about who’s more dishonest when the attendant approaches.

  • don't like tea says:

    @don't like tea someone take the box of money

  • Yo says:

    @Yo I took 2 bottles and a dollar bitchessssssssssssssssssssssss……..

  • but nah seriously says:

    @but nah seriously They had snipers above Ollies for any bum who tried to get dishonest…………..

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