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    She isn't exactly new to me anymore as I've known her since at least January, but I've yet to walk around with her in supermarket, something which occurred to me last night whilst I was doing a late night shopping run at Tesco, and saw a couple together laughing about something.


    So which would you say would be the best supermarket to shop in with her? I absolutely refuse to set foot in Aldi or Lidl. :noway:
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    (Original post by Pithfal)
    She isn't exactly new to me anymore as I've known her since at least January, but I've yet to walk around with her in supermarket, something which occurred to me last night whilst I was doing a late night shopping run at Tesco, and saw a couple together laughing about something.


    So which would you say would be the best supermarket to shop in with her? I absolutely refuse to set foot in Aldi or Lidl. :noway:
    Go ASDA if you wana save money. If she white then go to some white supermarket like Sainsbury or Waitrose
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    Why would she care?? It's a supermarket
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    I don't think she could care less about which supermarket, you go to with her.
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    Go to Sainsbury's, she'll think you're rich. :lol:
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    You’re not taking her for a date there are you (if you are I’d recommend the Café section of Sainsbury’s). And anyway unless you really happen to need food just buy it yourself...
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    Christ on a bike relationships section has really outdone itself this time.
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    (Original post by gabriellakhan)
    Go to Sainsbury's, she'll think you're rich. :lol:
    I already do in the daytime as it's only a 5 minute walk away from my flat, I only went to Tesco at night because my nearest branch is 24 hours opening unlike Sainsburys.

    (Original post by VirgoStrain)
    You’re not taking her for a date there are you (if you are I’d recommend the Café section of Sainsbury’s). And anyway unless you really happen to need food just buy it yourself...
    No, but I do want to take her to the café section eventually, (and I'm sat in the café there right now).

    I'd buy the food myself, it'd just be nice to have her with me whilst I'm there shopping.
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    You shouldn't overthink this. Nor should you take her to Waitrose just to impress her.
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    Take her to Ann summers
    Great supermarket
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    What's wrong with Aldi/Lidl?
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    (Original post by Jackieox)
    What's wrong with Aldi/Lidl?
    Nothing, as the business section in the paper pointed out the other day - people on a higher than average income are more likely to shop there than rivals.

    You get the odd snob that won't (ahhhheeeem) but yeah.
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    (Original post by Pithfal)
    She isn't exactly new to me anymore as I've known her since at least January, but I've yet to walk around with her in supermarket, something which occurred to me last night whilst I was doing a late night shopping run at Tesco, and saw a couple together laughing about something.


    So which would you say would be the best supermarket to shop in with her? I absolutely refuse to set foot in Aldi or Lidl. :noway:
    Is this what constitutes a date these days?
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    depends what you want to be honest, I thinkthe best food is from Mark's n Spencers or Waitrose, but all the standards ones have their benefits. Also, why be a supermarket snob? Aldi has some great value stuff.
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    Definitely Primark.
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    ALdi has those biscuits called groovy biscuits and they taste so good so stop hating
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    Lidl. If you save your money you can invest it and benefit from greater returns.
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    (Original post by Pithfal)
    She isn't exactly new to me anymore as I've known her since at least January, but I've yet to walk around with her in supermarket, something which occurred to me last night whilst I was doing a late night shopping run at Tesco, and saw a couple together laughing about something.


    So which would you say would be the best supermarket to shop in with her? I absolutely refuse to set foot in Aldi or Lidl. :noway:
    Whatever's closest. If we're excluding Lidl it'd be stupid for me to go anywhere other than Tesco with people cos other shops are so much further.
    Nothing wrong with Aldi or Lidl though- they're great for cheap snacks and you can still find brands in there. I wouldn't do my regular shopping there, but they are great for some things.
    Honestly though it isn't a big deal. She's not going to judge you for where you shop and if she does she isn't worth being with.
 
 
 
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