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Greggs do the best bread - the white bloomer and the granary like one
true, but warburtons is the best normal supermarket loaf along with hovis(the bakedbean paket one)
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true, but warburtons is the best normal supermarket loaf along with hovis(the bakedbean paket one)
I was at my friend's for lunch once and was like 'this is really good bread' (it was warbutons) and she looked at me funny, never had the bakedbean packet one though

Greggs is better than the fresh Tesco bread as well
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true, but warburtons is the best normal supermarket loaf along with hovis(the bakedbean paket one)
I've never heard of Warburtons. The Hovis one that you mention is one of my favourites - the Extra Thick White Square Loaf, a.k.a. the baked bean one.
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Probably, although I don't glow in the dark yet... You also have to deal with the shame of taking your basket full of Value labelled items to the check-out. You just have to swallow your pride and get out as quick as possible
LOL, amazing. Go late at night when theres not so many people there
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Kids, come on, you should be eating wholemeal bread, complex carbs, not refined ones.
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I love Warburtons!! Only the paper wrapped one though. Can't really get it round here though
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what's Aldi? supermarket?

so Eeyore....... a colleague to be how many warminsterians are there on ukl then....
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and to answer the question on the title......... YES.

that's all OAPs are supposed to be living off per week (£105 actually) according to the government, even before you take off money for rent, council tax etc.

it's a disgrace really
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what's Aldi? supermarket?

so Eeyore....... a colleague to be how many warminsterians are there on ukl then....
None, I don't doubt! Oh and Annie - Warminster's a town not a city... and a boring one at that Longleat is the best though!
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None, I don't doubt! Oh and Annie - Warminster's a town not a city... and a boring one at that Longleat is the best though!


sorry but whats the difference between a town and a city? i always have probs with that
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sorry but whats the difference between a town and a city? i always have probs with that
Cities are bigger than towns, and they have cathedrals
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Cities are bigger than towns, and they have cathedrals

thanks a lot
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anyway its a bit hard to remember which place has a cathedral and which doesnt, or am i wrong?
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anyway its a bit hard to remember which place has a cathedral and which doesnt, or am i wrong?
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Hard to tell even when you are there sometimes. Me and two mates were skating in Milton Kenes for an hour outside some trendy place, before being told it was the new cathedral
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Hard to tell even when you are there sometimes. Me and two mates were skating in Milton Kenes for an hour outside some trendy place, before being told it was the new cathedral


hahahahaha
who told u? hahahaa
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hahahahaha
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The old women came for the craft sale or something. The place had its own tourist information and shop inside!
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The old women came for the craft sale or something. The place had its own tourist information and shop inside!


lol
capitalism is everywhere....
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so is it possible to survive for 110 pounds a week, Paul?
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so is it possible to survive for 110 pounds a week, Paul?
With a Lidles(sp) or Tescos nearby, no real need for a car or extravigant expences, and housing worked out, sure. The only problem would be social life. Live as cheep as you can so you can afford some life!
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