They are insatiable. They have spent almost all their pocket money and yet, they want more. They jostle at the counter, all shouting at once, asking what they can buy with their last few coins. The shopkeeper wonders if fighting off this daily avalanche is really worth it. But the children, blissfully unaware, do their best to squeeze the last out of every penny. This situation will be repeated again and again. Children will do anything the can to get more and more candy. The shopkeeper remains at his post. The determined faces of those children have moved him: there is nothing more meaningful than seeing a child buy candy.