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    Hello everyone,

    I am interested to know what are your essentials in your life, what do you need the most that you repeat purchase. For example some people might buy milk and bread once or twice a week. Some people might buy headphones or charging cables once a month because they either lose them or damage them.

    Whatever it is that you repeat purchase, I am interested in knowing what it is.

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    Chewing gum. I get through so much of the stuff it's unreal (my medication gives me a dry mouth).
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    Chewing-gum; milk; Quorn; Rekorderlig fruit cider.

    (Sadly, Tesco Online doesn't yet output to .csv, else I could have saved myself typing anything at all.)
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    malibu, passoa, midori, coca cola, lemonade,southern comfort, baileys, vodka, cranberry juice, lime juice, orange juice
    the booze once a month the others every week
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    Food changes a lot, and I don't buy the usual essentials like bread and milk.
    Most of mine would be skin care and personal hygiene items. So; cotton wool balls, face wash, shower gel, shampoo and conditioner, toner and moisturiser.
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    Pepsi Max
    Milk
    Chocolate
    Minion cupcakes from the local bakery (UNTIL IT CLOSED DOWN ON SATURDAY )
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    Lube
    Box of tissues

    Seriously that's all I need.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Chewing-gum; milk; Quorn; Rekorderlig fruit cider.

    (Sadly, Tesco Online doesn't yet output to .csv, else I could have saved myself typing anything at all.)
    No gum around me please

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    (Original post by Cherie Amour)
    No gum around me please
    Very well: in matters of deportment, I shall be ever the proverbial 'e' to your 'urban'—that is, if you're willing to trade-in those sneakers for an elegantly sturdy pair of Doc Martens.

    (Of course, poetic irony dictates that I'll tread on a half-masticated pack of Wrigley's in my £400 boots and end up donning £4 emergency plimsolls; but it's the principle that counts.)
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Very well: in matters of deportment, I shall be ever the proverbial 'e' to your 'urban'—that is, if you're willing to trade-in those sneakers for an elegantly sturdy pair of Doc Martens.

    (Of course, poetic irony dictates that I'll tread on a half-masticated pack of Wrigley's in my £400 boots and end up donning £4 emergency plimsolls; but it's the principle that counts.)
    What brand of boots and where did you get the money for those?
    Also erm do not judge my taste in shoes :talkhand: I also have a pair of studded Doc Martens though, no worrz
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    House key
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    Mascara, contact lenses, lipstick and headphones.
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    (Original post by Cherie Amour)
    What brand of boots and where did you get the money for those?
    Crockett & Jones, pictured here—assuming you've the willpower to scroll more than half-way without suffering a sudden, catastrophic lapse in concentration.

    I bought them in celebration of having kicked the stuffing out of our Christmas 2013 sales drive; and because when the rest of your lean-yet-curated wardrobe consists of impromptu eBay acquisitions at one-fifth RRP, you can afford to invest where it counts.

    Also erm do not judge my taste in shoes :talkhand: I also have a pair of studded Doc Martens though, no worrz
    Truly an uncanny co-incidence. Why, if I didn't know better, you'd almost be forgiven for thinking that I'd been reading your posts for pleasure.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Crockett & Jones, pictured here—assuming you've the willpower to scroll more than half-way without suffering a sudden, catastrophic lapse in concentration.

    I bought them in celebration of having kicked the stuffing out of our Christmas 2013 sales drive; and because when the majority of your wardrobe consists of impromptu eBay acquisitions at one-fifth RRP, you can afford to invest where it counts.


    Truly an uncanny co-incidence. Why, if I didn't know better, you'd almost be forgiven for thinking that I'd been reading your posts for pleasure.
    Oh my god, I love online shopping as well :teeth: And your style is so ugh :coma: You should bulk up a tad bit though :teehee:
    Oh, you've been reading my horrifying posts?
 
 
 
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