Game of Owns: Why It's Worth Surrendering Control of Game of Thrones
It started with sprinkles. I was visiting The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Florida and had ordered a Butterbeer ice cream. The menu prominently advertised the option to add hundreds and thousands, the British name for sprinkles, to my order, but I was rebuffed by the shopkeep when I attempted to do so. He explained that he was "not allowed" to serve Butterbeer with sprinkles. I was floored and at least a little confused. Taking a different approach, I asked to purchase a small cup of sprinkles on the side. But he was on to my tricks. "I'm sorry, but you're just going to put those toppings on the Butterbeer, and we have a policy against that." I gave up.