Why did the Chicken shop at the boutique?


From the Oxford Dictionary:

Boutique (noun)

Pronunciation:/buːˈtiːk/
  • a small shop selling fashionable clothes or accessories.
  • a business serving a sophisticated or specialized clientele:   [as modifier] :California’s boutique wineries

This would be a Chicken Boutique, (pollo meaning chicken in Spanish).

So, is chicken the fashionable product or the sophisticated clientel?

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2 comments

  1. If you shop there, I am going with sophisticated clientele? Or can we choose C) None of the above? Are you trying some trick Spanish stuff on us?

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