[Tagging] shop=clothes vs shop=fashion

Jean-Marc Liotier jm at liotier.org
Wed Mar 6 15:28:02 UTC 2019

On Wed, March 6, 2019 4:23 pm, Tobias Zwick wrote:
> - convenience: small supermarket that is usually too small to have
> shopping carts but still also sells things of daily need (shampoo, toilet
> paper, milk, cornflakes, bread and spread,...). The typical 7-Eleven store
> (doesn't exist in Germany btw)
> - kiosk: very small store that usually only sells drinks, newspapers,
> magazines, snacks, cigarettes and the like. Sometimes even so small that
> you can't go inside but buy things through the window

This is correct, modulo local cultural differences. Enock's razor sums it
up nicely:
- stand outside to buy goods -> shop=convenience
- you can enter the shop -> shop=kiosk

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