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    (Original post by jam277)
    Anyway who's had coconut peanuts? They're so nice but they cost loads.
    (Original post by jam277)
    Where do people go for grocery shopping?
    Strong attempts at subject changing
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    You really can't see why some people didn't feel the need to abuse a deceased pensioner?
    Can see both sides, but after what he did it was embarrassing to see Utd fans taking the moral high ground, point scoring against other reds and posting 'there's more to life than football' *******s. It was actually a brilliant example of the effect he had on the fan base.

    If this was at Villa I'd want him dead as well.
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    (Original post by jam277)
    Where do people go for grocery shopping?
    I pop into Sainsburys at 9pm most nights actually, always shedloads of reduced bargains at that time of night

    BRB Organic chicken was £5.99, now £0.49
    BRB never know what you're going to end up buying, just take whatever is going= buzzing with anticipation every night
    BRB no more shopping list
    BRB resent paying non-reduced price for absolutely anything now
    BRB hanging about the geezer with the pricing gun waiting for it all to kick off
    BRB eye-****ing OAPs who also turn up every night with the same idea. Need to be on the top of your game every night to get the best bargains
    BRB having to suss out whether it's worth having a row over reduced Jaffa cakes that youre in a tug of war over
    BRB need to keep an eye on the basket in case someone tries to jack your loot

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    (Original post by jam277)
    Where do people go for grocery shopping?
    One day I went to lidl, I went to shoplift in lidl, then i got caught in lidl, now I don't go back to lidl...
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    I pop into Sainsburys at 9pm most nights actually, always shedloads of reduced bargains at that time of night

    BRB Organic chicken was £5.99, now £0.99
    BRB never know what you're going to end up buying, just take whatever is going= buzzing with anticipation every night
    BRB resent paying non-reduced price for absolutely anything now
    BRB eye-****ing OAPs who also turn up every night with the same idea. Need to be on the top of your game every night to get the best bargains
    BRB need to keep an eye on the basket in case someone tries to jack your loot

    hugh wot m8. need to pop down to sainsburys at dat time then

    marks and spencers chicken or nothing doe. Sainsburys food is often poverty compared to any other market
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    (Original post by The Assassin)
    One day I went to lidl, I went to shoplift in lidl, then i got caught in lidl, now I don't go back to lidl...
    Lol you're a joker


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    (Original post by The Assassin)
    hugh wot m8. need to pop down to sainsburys at dat time then

    marks and spencers chicken or nothing doe. Sainsburys food is often poverty compared to any other market
    Yeah it's an absolute madness. See the same faces in Sainsbury's every night in a battle for the best deals. ****ing listening to 8 mile by eminem on the walk in just to get pumped for it all

    M&S is decent but I resent paying full price for their gear. When they get the pricing guns on the go I'll be all over it though
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    in all srsness M&S or tescos as a cheap alternative
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    (Original post by The Assassin)
    in all srsness M&S or tescos as a cheap alternative
    Costco>>


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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Need to be on the top of your game every night to get the best bargains
    Rule number one of reduced section shopping is, if it look like it may have potential its goes in the basket. Only when the entire section has been sorted for potential does further analysis occur.

    There are few better things to put you in a good mood than making a purchase where you feel like you just robbed them.
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    FK runs his family Costco petrol pump business with Rakesh and Sanjay on till.


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    Costco>>


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    Costco's pork is usually top notch.
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    My brother actually goes down the Spitafields meat market around this time of year, the traders auction off shedloads of meat to clear the freezer space so you can get unbelievable bargains.

    Think he actually took a huge lump of lamb on the Northern Line one year, was grappling with it all the way to Camden Town. Absolute scenes
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    (Original post by The Assassin)
    Costco's pork is usually top notch.
    Why do this Their halal chicken fillet breasts are awesome though.


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    FK runs his family Costco petrol pump business with Rakesh and Sanjay on till.


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    Costco>>


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    So much love for Costco, it's brilliant.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Yeah it's an absolute madness. See the same faces in Sainsbury's every night in a battle for the best deals. ****ing listening to 8 mile by eminem on the walk in just to get pumped for it all

    M&S is decent but I resent paying full price for their gear. When they get the pricing guns on the go I'll be all over it though
    eye of the tiger. One bargain chicken left, you're at one point and some old geezer is at the opposite end. Only one of you will be able to get it...

    old guy wins cuz the sales assistant is a redhead and you forget to say anything

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    in all seriousness, haven't tried their chicken but their beef is actually very good. Nearest one to me is a bit far though
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    (Original post by Fizzel)
    Rule number one of reduced section shopping is, if it look like it may have potential its goes in the basket. Only when the entire section has been sorted for potential does further analysis occur.

    There are few better things to put you in a good mood than making a purchase where you feel like you just robbed them.
    Absolutely spot on, no second chances in this game.

    I've often thought that if I got access to the pricing gun I could run amock myself but then I just think of the shame of being arrested for that.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    I pop into Sainsburys at 9pm most nights actually, always shedloads of reduced bargains at that time of night

    BRB Organic chicken was £5.99, now £0.49
    BRB never know what you're going to end up buying, just take whatever is going= buzzing with anticipation every night
    BRB no more shopping list
    BRB resent paying non-reduced price for absolutely anything now
    BRB hanging about the geezer with the pricing gun waiting for it all to kick off
    BRB eye-****ing OAPs who also turn up every night with the same idea. Need to be on the top of your game every night to get the best bargains
    BRB having to suss out whether it's worth having a row over reduced Jaffa cakes that youre in a tug of war over
    BRB need to keep an eye on the basket in case someone tries to jack your loot

    haha remember when i did that in tesco metro during university with those mad bargains. buying 2.00 egg noodles for 50p das it mane.

    ain't got a place like that now. Iceland rarely do reduced section but their food is generally cheap anyway.
 
 
 
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