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Really good quality if a tad pricy
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Rich people store
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It's a worker's cooperative, which suits bearded, sandal wearing, Guardian reading, lentil eating, green tea drinking people like myself.
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Never heard of it.
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THEIR RAVIOLI IS SECOND TO NONE absolutely love it
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Never been to that store , from what I've heard it's all overpriced lmao
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they dont have one in my city :/
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I'm black, I've never set foot in the store
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sh!t what do we think of sh1t, waitrose thank you that's alright.
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Really good quality and not as pricey as people say it is. Even their Ham and Cheese sandwich is amazing, highly recommended.
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(Original post by serah.exe)
My main store lmao. I personally love that store as it has amazing quality all over their products.
So Hermione shops at Waitrose, interesting
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I freaking love their chocolate torsades :coma: ugh :coma: I only purchase from there during term-time though because that's the closest shop to my sixth form :lol:
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more into M&S and Sainsbury's myself
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Ridiculously expensive and its where the Queen buys some of her groceries.
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they rejected my employment application so they ain't **** in my books
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Too expensive, I'm a student not a worker, my money goes into my home and my education, not posh food.

I like the co-op as it's only down the road from my house,and cheap, but the only problem is, you go in there and come out with about £25 more worth of food then you planned.

I also like ASDA, a bit busy and hard to find things, but I love the pet isle, (i love my pets).well mum's pets as she owns them, but between you and me, i love them more

Take care

Zoe x
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I prefer aldi because I'm poor and I just don't see the difference in the food other than the ready made stuff which I never buy.
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Never been. They don't have one near me.
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Rich people shop.

Like, m8, I'm a student, I buy aldi's own vodka and 17p noodle packs.
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