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21. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting isadora

Yeah, niche is a commonly used term but "hole in the wall" isn't and THAT'S what I call it - not niche. Sorry to be confusing.

ps: I'm better now. Thanks again.

Ah ok! Maybe I was reading it wrong...so niche would be the polite term then...I actually just had a niche (hole) put into my shower to place my bath gels, conditioner, creams, etc etc...if it is just empty space, why is it so freaking expensive???? Now, THAT's a question to ponder about...

22. Posted by Brendan (Respected Member 1824 posts) 11y

so a niche in the market would be something along the lines of "a hole in the market"? When a certain company fills a niche market?

23. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting Brendan

so a niche in the market would be something along the lines of "a hole in the market"? When a certain company fills a niche market?

Exactly!! Good one Brendan!

24. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Yes, a niche is just a hole to be filled - with money would be really good. Then we can actually send Anne to Egypt. (Yeah, like that's gonna happen - in this lifetime.)

25. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

So, if I get to 1000 posts before you or Joz, you are really not sending me to Egypt?

26. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

No, but we can send you to Cairo - Cairo, Illinois (pronounced kay-row).

It's located where the Mississippi and Ohio rivers come together. Known for it's large deposits of geodes. Don't know if they have camels but I'm sure they have a pyramid or 2 around town.

27. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting isadora

No, but we can send you to Cairo - Cairo, Illinois (pronounced kay-row).

It's located where the Mississippi and Ohio rivers come together. Known for it's large deposits of geodes. Don't know if they have camels but I'm sure they have a pyramid or 2 around town.

Hmmm, let me think....hmmm...naaah! No thanks! I'll take the Nile instead. Thanks for the offer though.

28. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Not a problem! That would be Nile(s), Illinois a suburb of Chicago. Lived there for a couple of years. It has a river close by. No pyramids or camels.

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