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    There's this girl I really like and we've known each other for years on end (and I think she feels the same way about me) and when I muster up the courage to ask her out, do you think she'd be up for going to our local Asda supermarket? Just to keep it within the area so we can walk home and so she will meet my parents. I want to take her round all the aisles of the shop and maybe buy her some pasta and bread. I'm a bit reluctant to spend any more than five pounds on a first date but I'd be more than happy to buy a tub of cheese and tomato pasta and Warbutons. Or maybe some BirdsEye fish fingers so I can get her to cook for us when we get to mine.
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    Uh,asda has a cafe ya know
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Uh,asda has a cafe ya know
    My local one doesnt.
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    Woah slow down buddy! I'd say take her to Aldi first, or at least stick to ASDA chosen by you brands (reasonable price but decent quality). Don't go crazy with the spending, we don't want her staying with you for your wallet.
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    Husband material :love:
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    You kids and your euphemisms

    You'll be taking her up the 'Netto' next.
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    I would make sure to buy her a sandwich from the finest range, or she might think you're a bit cheap.
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    my local Asda has a MacDonald's so if its the same id say its a bargain
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    (Original post by cake_lover)
    Woah slow down buddy! I'd say take her to Aldi first, or at least stick to ASDA chosen by you brands (reasonable price but decent quality). Don't go crazy with the spending, we don't want her staying with you for your wallet.
    Aldi! Woah easy there tiger! Surely Iceland first, perhaps Poundland they are a bargain!


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    (Original post by Smug Life)
    I would make sure to buy her a sandwich from the finest range, or she might think you're a bit cheap.
    Tesco-Defector detected!

    It's ASDA's Extra Special range!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    There's this girl I really like and we've known each other for years on end (and I think she feels the same way about me) and when I muster up the courage to ask her out, do you think she'd be up for going to our local Asda supermarket? Just to keep it within the area so we can walk home and so she will meet my parents. I want to take her round all the aisles of the shop and maybe buy her some pasta and bread. I'm a bit reluctant to spend any more than five pounds on a first date but I'd be more than happy to buy a tub of cheese and tomato pasta and Warbutons. Or maybe some BirdsEye fish fingers so I can get her to cook for us when we get to mine.
    Give her some 'dust' to eat. It's calorie free, readily available and cheap. You won't even have to get out the home!

    Regards - Gunnarsunn.


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    (Original post by chocolatesauce)
    my local Asda has a MacDonald's so if its the same id say its a bargain
    Crawley?
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    Whatever you do DO NOT take her to waitrose. You'll end up broke bro
    If she really cares about you, then she'll settle for ASDA.
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    (Original post by 2710)
    Crawley?
    no, where's that :confused:
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    (Original post by chocolatesauce)
    no, where's that :confused:
    Lol okay. Near Gatwick

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    (Original post by 2710)
    Lol okay. Near Gatwick

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    haha no sorry
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    Do you think we should have sex in the ASDA toilets
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    There's this girl I really like and we've known each other for years on end (and I think she feels the same way about me) and when I muster up the courage to ask her out, do you think she'd be up for going to our local Asda supermarket? Just to keep it within the area so we can walk home and so she will meet my parents. I want to take her round all the aisles of the shop and maybe buy her some pasta and bread. I'm a bit reluctant to spend any more than five pounds on a first date but I'd be more than happy to buy a tub of cheese and tomato pasta and Warbutons. Or maybe some BirdsEye fish fingers so I can get her to cook for us when we get to mine.
    she is one lucky girl, if you really feel about her the way you describe
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    Do you think we should have sex in the ASDA toilets
    No way you have to be more liberal thinking and adventurous in coitus to really win her over. Do it in the middle of the aisle!


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