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    101648Oh. I only asked because Best Before is only a guide where you can go past it without killing yourself in the process. Whereas a use by can actually cause illness from eating it past the deadline...
    Bread always has best before, only certain types of food such as cream, some meats etc have use by dates on them - and yep we always adhere to use by dates.

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    Heya, can we have a quick edit please? Should be 101,660.
    Thanks!

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    Aww that's a shame! Ooh I had a meal deal today too! :five: but it was from Sainsbury's

    Haha you sure could ask :mmm:

    101,636 (<---each section is a palindrome respectively...kind of something to be happy about I guess )
    In the end I bought a parisian baguette, and cooked some bacon pieces that I had at home in the fridge also got a few snacky things and some drinks from co-op too

    Ooh, that must have been nice! I've not been to Sainsbury's for absolutely ages...

    Haha, possibly a split palindrome? Though actual palindromes are much rarer now there are 6 digits in each number.

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    In the end I bought a parisian baguette, and cooked some bacon pieces that I had at home in the fridge also got a few snacky things and some drinks from co-op too

    Ooh, that must have been nice! I've not been to Sainsbury's for absolutely ages...

    Haha, possibly a split palindrome? Though actual palindromes are much rarer now there are 6 digits in each number.

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    Ooh nice! That sure does sound awesome:yep:

    It was! I haven't had a meal deal for quite a long time now oh really? That's my local shop so that's the one I head down to most often but there's no co-op (only been there twice in my life haha)

    Cool, yes that's a better way to phrase it! Yes, I think I'll be on the lookout for split palindromes atm and if I'm feeling up to the challenge or I'm lucky, I'll try to go for palindromes too

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    Btw, I've just been doing a few prelude tests to the Logitech Z5500 speaker tests...

    What I've actually been doing is checking the Youtube Audio Library against the songs that I have wrote down.
    See, I've made quite a list of possible songs to test the Z5500's with, and I'll be using Youtube to upload the video (so you can hear how powerful the Z5500's are).
    Trouble is, each song is owned by a different artist, so has a different copyright policy.
    Some artists let you use the song without any issues, though they will put adverts on your video.
    Some artists block the video in certain countries if it contains their songs.
    Some artists totally take down the video (or mute it, which is no good on a speaker test) if any of their music is featured in it.
    So I've got to use some good music that doesn't come under the "take down if used" category...

    This link tells you exactly what will happen if you use a certain song in a video:
    https://www.youtube.com/music_policies

    So far I've got 6 songs that are safe, 3 songs that are possibly, and 1 song that is a non-starter. (I had real issues when trying to do a radio test, and a Taylor Swift song came in during the test - and Taylor Swift, being her usual self, blocks anything and everything with her music in :rolleyes:)

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    101,665

    Btw, I've just been doing a few prelude tests to the Logitech Z5500 speaker tests...

    What I've actually been doing is checking the Youtube Audio Library against the songs that I have wrote down.
    See, I've made quite a list of possible songs to test the Z5500's with, and I'll be using Youtube to upload the video (so you can hear how powerful the Z5500's are).
    Trouble is, each song is owned by a different artist, so has a different copyright policy.
    Some artists let you use the song without any issues, though they will put adverts on your video.
    Some artists block the video in certain countries if it contains their songs.
    Some artists totally take down the video (or mute it, which is no good on a speaker test) if any of their music is featured in it.
    So I've got to use some good music that doesn't come under the "take down if used" category...

    This link tells you exactly what will happen if you use a certain song in a video:
    https://www.youtube.com/music_policies

    So far I've got 6 songs that are safe, 3 songs that are possibly, and 1 song that is a non-starter. (I had real issues when trying to do a radio test, and a Taylor Swift song came in during the test - and Taylor Swift, being her usual self, blocks anything and everything with her music in :rolleyes:)
    You made me jump just there! :eek:

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    (Original post by spotify95)
    Bread always has best before, only certain types of food such as cream, some meats etc have use by dates on them - and yep we always adhere to use by dates.

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    Can we force feed James_W cream with a use by date of 1985?

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    You made me jump just there! :eek:

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    Whoops!

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