If you lived next to a sweet shop, do you think you would eat more sweets than someone who didn't? Do you think that someone who lives several doors away from the sweet shop is more likely to buy more sweets than the person who lives just one door away?
Would someone who like sweets be more inclined to buy a house next to a sweet shop, or would they be inclined to buy a house further away, in an effort to avoid temptation?
Suppose that you like sweets very much and by chance someone built a sweet shop next door, would that make you happy, or would you move away from the area because you would worry about eating too many sweets if you stayed?
If you were very fond of sweets but there was no sweet shop in your area would you see that as a plus or a minus?
Do people who like sweets very much, tend to buy a house according to how far the nearest sweet shop is?
Would someone who rarely buys sweets become more likely to do so if a sweet shop was nearby?
Sadly shops that only sell sweets are quite rare these days. This is strange, because I am certain that most people like sweets.
But let's be positive. Let's just pretend we all have a sweet shop next door. Next time you are feeling a bit low you should pay a visit to this imaginary sweet shop and fill a white paper bag with sweets. Try it. It will make you feel very happy indeed.