I went to Printemps on Boulevard Haussman, which is a really big department store in Paris, sort of similar to Bergdorf Goodman or Neiman Marcus, and when I entered the store they had this Ladurée cart standing at the entrance, selling only macarons. Kind of like a hot dog stand, only much more colorful and sophisticated haha.
Anyways, while I was standing in line, one of the ladies working behind the cart accidentally knocked down 3 tiers of caramel macarons. Dozens of macarons where rolling around the entrance and I wanted to take a picture, but security guards rushed towards the macarons and quickly picked them up from the floor (they were thrown away of course). I can't imagine how much work went into those macarons, and considering a macaron cost €1,50 ($2.22) I would have still eaten them.
I bought 3 macarons; lemon, raspberry and pistachio, and decided to save them for when I got back to the hotel. Unfortunately a day of shopping in Paris did them no good because they were some what crushed at the end of the day. They still tasted fine though, my favorite one was the lemon macaron.