This threw him, apparently.
When the total amount he asked for looked high, I looked at the screen and wondered why thirteen donuts might be $8.97, when a dozen is $5.99. I asked him to fix it. I guess he had put in 13 donuts at 69 cents each, instead of ringing up a dozen and then adding one. Easy mistake, I guess, and, frankly, one the system shouldn't let him make. It should just know to make it a dozen plus one.
He had to call a manager over to override the incorrectly entered item, and then put it in right. Cider has gotten expensive, too! It's in short supply, so I wouldn't expect any sales this fall. A gallon was $6.99.