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    Morrisons have these things on offer for 30p at the moment:

    Carrots
    Onions
    Potatoes
    Apples
    Kiwis
    Bag of salad

    That means only £1.80 for the lot
    Thought I should let my fellow students know because that's some mega cheap meals!
    Happy shopping if you live near a Morrisons! :yep:
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    You have to ask yourself, though: did those fruit and vegetables have a good life? I don't think so, for that price. You are supporting an immoral business practice. I hope you're proud.
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    (Original post by Faustroll)
    You have to ask yourself, though: did those fruit and vegetables have a good life? I don't think so, for that price. You are supporting an immoral business practice. I hope you're proud.
    When you're a student it's a case of price vs. quality. Some people genuinely can't afford to be buying super-ultra-organic food every time they go shopping. I hope you're proud.
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    (Original post by Faustroll)
    You have to ask yourself, though: did those fruit and vegetables have a good life? I don't think so, for that price. You are supporting an immoral business practice. I hope you're proud.
    Shut up.

    Thanks OP.
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    (Original post by Faustroll)
    You have to ask yourself, though: did those fruit and vegetables have a good life? I don't think so, for that price. You are supporting an immoral business practice. I hope you're proud.
    I don't suppose the fruit and veg mind so much. It doesn't bother me either, as a student.
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    It will probably give you cancer or at the very least worms :holmes:
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    (Original post by marcusmerehay)
    When you're a student it's a case of price vs. quality. Some people genuinely can't afford to be buying super-ultra-organic food every time they go shopping. I hope you're proud.
    Imagine you were a carrot with no room to move around. I think you'd feel differently then.
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    (Original post by Faustroll)
    Imagine you were a carrot with no room to move around. I think you'd feel differently then.
    I just lol'd at that.

    However, think about this, can organic feed the world? Answer: No.
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    It will probably give you cancer or at the very least worms :holmes:
    a bit melancholic aren't we? :eek: :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by marcusmerehay)
    When you're a student it's a case of price vs. quality. Some people genuinely can't afford to be buying super-ultra-organic food every time they go shopping. I hope you're proud.
    I have a compleate go at people who ell me to buy organic/free range/whatever else now
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    I think people are taking the first response far too seriously lol
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    (Original post by Faustroll)
    Imagine you were a carrot with no room to move around. I think you'd feel differently then.
    Imagine you're a human being without food. I think you'd feel differently then.
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    (Original post by blue_shift86)
    a bit melancholic aren't we? :eek: :rolleyes:
    Don't say you haven't been warned....
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    eating non organic cucumber is essentially the same as murdering puppies.
    For shame OP, for shame :no:
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    When I become a uni student and/or need to save money, I'll just be eating reduced bakery at a third of that price.
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    Don't say you haven't been warned....
    I haven't but thankfully my mum doesn't buy the super cheap stuff from morrisons...she does shop at morrisons though so i'll have to keep an eye on what she buys!
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    (Original post by Faustroll)
    You have to ask yourself, though: did those fruit and vegetables have a good life? I don't think so, for that price. You are supporting an immoral business practice. I hope you're proud.
    When you're a student you have to ask yourself how you can make £10 stretch the whole week, this is ideal. When you can't afford much you have to sacrifice.
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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    When I become a uni student and/or need to save money, I'll just be eating reduced bakery at a third of that price.
    And at bakerys which sell fresh on the day produce, if you go like 1 hour/30 mins before closing, everything is super cheap :yep:
 
 
 
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