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A traveler was walking through the streets of a strange city when he met a street merchant selling homemade trinkets.

The trinkets were made from discarded wire and recycled metal and the traveler admired their intricacy and beauty.

After asking the price, the traveler was surprised that they were so cheap.

“Why do you charge so little? Don’t you know how wonderful these trinkets are?”

The merchant smiled and shook his head. “Anyone could make these. They don’t take much effort and are very easy to put together.”

“They may be easy for you, but in all of my travels, I’ve never met anyone who could make something like this.” the traveler said before paying the small price and walking away.

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